Category: racism

‘How should cities deal with legacies of guilt?’ – a response to the Bristol Festival of Ideas event

pron Dear reader, I haven’t been blogging in recent months. I don’t feel I have much to say. I have now moved to Bristol and I and my family are gradually settling in. The legacy of slavery looms large here and has loomed larger in recent years. The controversy of street and building names and,…

WTF is going on?! Ultimate contradiction and the struggle for humanity

Dear friends, I hope that you have enjoyed your summer. I have. I’ve been off for almost all of it – first, recuperating from my injuries and, second, looking after my kids. I can’t deny that it has been tiring and occasionally exasperating being with three kids all day in what often seem to be…