How Do We Resist And Exist Within White Power Structures? | SMALL TALK WITH DR. AZEEZAT JOHNSON

In this episode of #smalltalkpodcast, we talk to Dr Azeezat Johnson about what it means to exist and resist, what whiteness is as a structure and how Islamophobia and anti-blackness are inextricably linked.
What is the effect of structural violence on everyday lives and how can we make a change in big and small ways?

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Recent works by Azeezat:

Johnson, Azeezat (2019). 'Throwing our bodies against the white background of academia.' Area.
Johnson, Azeezat & Fernandez, Shereen (2019). 'Where does Shamima Begum exist?' Ceasefire Magazine.
Johnson, Azeezat, Joseph-Salisbury, Remi & Kamunge, Beth (eds.) (2018). The Fire Now: anti-racist scholarship in times of explicit racial violence, London: Zed Books.
Johnson, Azeezat (2018). 'Introducing The Fire Now'. Media Diversified.

Azeezat Recommends:

El-Enany, Nadine (2019). 'Britain as the spoils of empire'. Manchester University Press.
Emejulu, Akwugo & Sobande, Francesca (eds.) (2019). To Exist Is to Resist: Black Feminism in Europe, London: Pluto Press.
Manzoor-Khan, Suhaiymah (2019). Postcolonial Banter, Birmingham: Verve Poetry Press.

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