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Olivette Otele on a summer of race protests, imposter syndrome and the politics of memory

Olivette Otele on a summer of race protests, imposter syndrome and the politics of memory

Update: 2020-10-21
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Olivette Otele is an historian who is currently Professor of History of Slavery at Bristol University and Vice-President of the Royal Historical Society. She is the first black female history professor in the UK.
 
Her most recent book, 'African Europeans: An Untold History explores a history that has been long overlooked, shedding light on questions very much alive today―on racism, identity, citizenship, power and resilience. 
 
She talks to Krishnan about her thoughts on a summer of race protests, the complex idea of imposter syndrome and the power of young people. 
 
Producer: Rachel Evans

 

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Olivette Otele on a summer of race protests, imposter syndrome and the politics of memory

Olivette Otele on a summer of race protests, imposter syndrome and the politics of memory

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