At the Centre for Critical Social Research we are committed to engaging with audiences wider than those only in university. Therefore we regularly write pieces in non-academic speak and invite these to be used for teaching in schools, colleges and community organisations.
Race and racism
At last, the UK has a black studies university course. It’s long overdue
The leader of Rhodes Must Fall was right to mock 'white tears' - they're just another form of racism
When MPs wanted to 'no platform' Trump it was heroic, but when people of colour ban Boris it's oppression
Beyonce's bootylicious over sexualisation of black women isn’t inspiring
Confronting the brutal reality: how to teach the legacy of transatlantic slavery
Racism is still alive and well, 50 years after the UK’s Race Relations Act
10 years on from the Lozells riots, nothing has changed for those in poverty
We need to revive the revolutionary spirit of the Pan-African Congress
It’s Britain that needs to ‘move on’ over slavery – away from the myths
Reach out to black communities, Corbyn. Don’t let Labour fail us again
Why Britain’s schools are failing to tackle racism
Stop and search is a disgrace across the UK – not just in our cities
Black Britons face a double whammy – failed race relations law, now budget cuts
Obama’s N-word interview shows America needs action, not talk, on race
There is no such thing as the black vote – this election proves it
Is art installation Exhibit B racist?
Exhibit B, the human zoo, is a grotesque parody – boycott it
It’s a degree, not a ticket to a job
What Black Studies is and What it Means
Curbing Climate Change Requires Addressing National Politics
3 Reasons Podemos Hasn’t Ended Spain’s Two-Party System, Yet
Don’t #March4Me, Organize with Me
Worse than a Pig's Head: David Cameron's Crimes
Bernie Sanders and the Rebirth of Socialism in the US?
One Reform to Help Us All?
Political Campaigns Matter: A Lesson on Trust for Left Parties