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The academic and writer Kehinde Andrews will join us for a livestreamed event to introduce his new book, The Psychosis of Whiteness.

Through regular appearances on TV debates, Andrews has become increasingly frustrated by the irrational tone of conversations about race and racism. In The Psychosis of Whiteness, he invites us into a strange and alarming world – one in which Piers Morgan is an authority on race, Boris Johnson and Donald Trump are seen by the majority as the ‘right (white) man for the job’, and white people are queuing up to buy books to help them cope with their whiteness.
Andrews is the first professor of Black Studies in the UK, and the author of bestselling books Resisting Racism, Back to Black and the New Age of Empire. Join him as he discusses this witty yet vital new perspective on race and white privilege. You will also have the opportunity to put forward your own questions at this livestreamed event.
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Kehinde Andrews: The Psychosis of WhitenessLondon, United Kingdom