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Week 1, Friday, 14 October: 1.30-6.30 pm
Lecture Theatre, Jesus College Ship Street Centre, Ship St. Oxford OX1 3DW
Jesus College Oxford, Oxford University Public Policy Unit and Oxford African Caribbean and African Cultural Heritage Initiative
invite you to the
Oxford Symposium on the August 2011 Riots: Context and Responses
Join our speakers to discuss:
The social and political contexts behind the riots; why did it happen in some areas and not others? The nature of the Black political community in Britain and creating spaces of solidarity; The role and character of gangs in the Black community; The key issues around Black masculinity, families and interpersonal gender relations; How contemporary educational policies are impacting on Black youth; The contributions intellectuals/activists can make to improving the conditions of life for Black Britons.
Prof. Gus John (Education consultant)
Dr Carl Hylton (Leeds Bi-centenary Transformation Project & co-author, ‘Black Families in Britain as the site of struggle')
Dr Patricia Daley (Oxford University)
Dr Kathryn Nwajiaku-Dahou (Oxford University)
Esther Stanford QC, Martin Glynn (Birmingham City University)
All welcome to attend email: Patricia.Daley@Jesus.ox.ac.uk or Junie James (ACKHI) email: firstname.lastname@example.org