CAAR News Archive

Find a number of articles and announcements which are older than three months below.


Art and the #BlackLivesMatter protests

In a piece for, Nadine Bloch reflects on the role of art for the #BlackLivesMatter protests by considering several examples of specific art works. Read the article here. (Image taken from the…[more]


Democracy Now Exclusive: Newly Discovered 1964 MLK Speech on Civil Rights, Segregation & Apartheid South Africa

Recently, a speech Martin Luther King gave in London only a few days before receiving the Nobel Peace Price in Oslo in 1964 was rediscovered in the Pacifica Radio Archives. Hear the speach on the Democracy Now…[more]


Philosophers on Race

George Yancy, professor of philosophy at Duqesne University, is conducting a series of interviews with philosophers on race for the New York Times. Interviewees so far include Judith Butler, Joy James, Shannon…[more]


When African Americans came to Paris

A series of DVDs collects historical footage on African Americans in Paris. Find more information on the project here. [more]


Stuart Hall Memorial

On November 29. 2014, friends and companions of Stuart Hall gathered in London to honor the Professor who died in February last year. You can find a video of the gathering and the information on the creation of the Stuart Hall…[more]


Photoessay on Ferguson

Photographer Simon Chetrit travelled to Ferguson to create a photoessay that would not simply reproduce the stereotype images of violence and destruction propagated by mass media. A number of pictures resulting from this…[more]


Mark Anthony Neal discusses the role of social media for new black protest movements

Professor Mark Anthony Neal discusses "#BlackTwitter, #Hashtag Politics and the New Paradigm of Black Protest." Click here.[more]


Afrophobic stereotypes vs tradition – The case of Zwarte Piet in the Netherlands

Watch a debate on the case of "Zwarte Piet" that was held in the confines of the European Parliament on December 16th 2014 here.[more]


‘Millions March – National Day of Anger’

On December 13, 2014, 50.000 people marched through New York City to protest against anti-black police violence.[more]


Dismantling the Master’s House

A community of academics, administrative staff and students at University College London commits to righting racialised wrongs in the workplace and in the wider world. [more]


An Open Letter of Love to Black Students: #BlackLivesMatter

A large group of black professors in the United States has published an open letter of love and understanding for and solidarity with their black students in the face of the anti-blackness present not only in…[more]


Policing the Plantation: Legalised Police Killings of the ‘Bad Nigger’

As part of the New Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies @ The Drum (Birmingham/UK), ‘Words from the Directors’ are written up after the events. Following on from the event ‘Black people vs Niggas: Race, class and the N…[more]


‘Theory & Event’ Ferguson Special Supplement

The political philosophy journal ‘Theory & Event’ has published a free special supplement on Ferguson and the problematics is symptomatizes. You can access and download the articles here.[more]


Black Lives Matter

Pubic outrage follows Grand Jury’s decision to not press charges against white police man who shot Michael Brown[more]


Against Wind and Tide

A new book considers the African American Struggle against the Colonization Movement[more]

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