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The Activating Newham Podcast

The Activating Newham Podcast

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Welcome to the Activating Newham podcast, a collection of talks recorded at Old Manor Park Library in Newham, London as part of a project exploring different communities’ experiences of racism in the area during the 1980s and now. A group of young curators, with the help of Create London, the Institute of Race Relations and Rabbits Road Press developed a programme of public talks that began to situate their own insights and experiences of racism and activism in the context of this history. These podcasts were recorded in front of a live audience.
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Activating Newham: Police Monitoring

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Activating Newham: Police Monitoring
Welcome to the Activating Newham podcast, a collection of talks recorded at Old Manor Park Library in Newham, London as part of a project exploring different communities’ experiences of racism in the area during the 1980s and now. A group of young curators, with the help of Create London, the Institute of Race Relations and Rabbits Road Press  developed a programme of public talks that began to situate their own insights and experiences of racism and activism in the context of this history. These podcasts were recorded in front of a live audience. In this episode of Activating Newham, we heard from Tony Bunyan of Statewatch and Mike Shiner, an academic and trustee at StopWatch.
37:32
March 06, 2020
Activating Newham: The Sound of Change
Welcome to the Activating Newham podcast, a collection of talks recorded at Old Manor Park Library in Newham, London as part of a project exploring different communities’ experiences of racism in the area during the 1980s and now. A group of young curators, with the help of Create London, the Institute of Race Relations and Rabbits Road Press  developed a programme of public talks that began to situate their own insights and experiences of racism and activism in the context of this history. These podcasts were recorded in front of a live audience. In this episode of Activating Newham, we heard from John Pandit from the Asian Dub Foundation and Adam Elliot-Cooper, an academic and organizer within Grime 4 Corbyn.
31:54
March 06, 2020
Activating Newham: Asian Youth Movements
Welcome to the Activating Newham podcast, a collection of talks recorded at Old Manor Park Library in Newham, London as part of a project exploring different communities’ experiences of racism in the area during the 1980s and now. A group of young curators, with the help of Create London, the Institute of Race Relations and Rabbits Road Press  developed a programme of public talks that began to situate their own insights and experiences of racism and activism in the context of this history. These podcasts were recorded in front of a live audience. In this episode of Activating Newham, we heard from Unmesh Desai, a British Labour Party politician and Jasbir Singh, a campaigner and activist, and former member of the Newham Monitoring Project.
35:04
March 06, 2020