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CoDE News: November 2021

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We are recruiting for a Research Associate with an interest in policing and justice (deadline midnight 24 November). Fixed term to August 2022.

Featured

Our new briefing with Runnymede Trust explores why Covid 19 is having such a devastating effect on our older ethnic minority population:

  • These groups are more exposed to the virus, and to longstanding inequalities in housing, health, employment and resources, all exacerbated by the pandemic.
  • The loss of social spaces, lack of digital access for some, coupled with language barriers for others, has made maintaining social connections and accessing resources and information harder.
  • 'Vaccine hesitancy' is much more complex than painted in the media.
The briefing is authored by Jenny Hewitt and Dharmi Kapadia. It is the latest in our Covid briefings series.

Join the briefing's authors, and our expert panel, to discuss issues raised by the research: 

Marginalised Voices: The Impact of Covid on Older Ethnic Minority People
Mon 6 December 2021, 2pm GMT (online)

Panel: 

  • Tracey Bignall (Race Equality Foundation)
  • Dr Brenda Hayanga (University of Sussex)
  • Shane Ward (West Bromwich African Caribbean Resource Centre)
Register via Eventbrite.

Events

Publishing in the wake of Black Lives Matter

Tues 23 November 2021, 6pm GMT (online) 
Graphic shows photo of Margaret Busby and Anamik Saha - click image or text link below for full event details
Join Margaret Busby and Anamik Saha for this discussion of how publishing can engage with questions of race, towards meaningful transformation.

Save the date: Herman Gray in conversation

Thur 16 November 2021, 5pm GMT (online) 

Herman Gray, leading scholar of black cultural theory, politics, and media (UC Santa Cruz) will be in conversation with Anamik Saha (Goldsmiths). 

Follow CoDE on twitter, or check our events page shortly for how to register. 

Read

Cover of Anti-racist Scholar Activism

Anti-Racist Scholar-Activism

In their new book, Remi Joseph-Salisbury and Laura Connelly question the role of universities and the academics that work within them. They consider how anti-racist scholar-activists navigate barriers and backlash in order to leverage the opportunities and resources of the university in service to communities of resistance. 

Anti-Racist Scholar-Activism is part of the Manchester University Press Islamophobia Awareness Month reading list. All books on the list are 50% off during November using code IAM50.


The economic impact of COVID-19 on ethnic minorities in Manchester
 

In this new blog, Arkadiusz Wiśniowski reviews the economic impact of Covid 19 on Greater Manchester residents from ethnic minority groups

Listen

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The BBC have made a new audio collection of Gary Younge's radio documentaries on race, society and Black history. There are five documentaries, including his latest, on racial 'passing'. Available from Audible and other audiobook stores. 

Academic publications

Articles from CoDE members in academic journals. Please contact us if any of these publications are behind a paywall and you would like a free version.
‘The opposite of nationalism’?: rethinking patriotism in US political discourse Meghan Tinsley in Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power.

The text of Gary Younge's lecture The politics of identity: from potential to pitfalls, and symbols to substance is free to read as part of the 'Most Read' collection from Identities

Ethnic inequalities in health in later life, 1993–2017: the persistence of health disadvantage over more than two decades Sarah Stopforth, Dharmi Kapadia, James Nazroo and Laia Bécares in Ageing in Society.
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