Reni Eddo-Lodge is a british author living in London, and throughout her book she looks at the glaring omissions of black history in Brittain, and shows how deeply ingrained the racism is in Europe, too. One of my favourite parts of the book was where she is talking about intersectionality. In this case, where racism meets sexism. An incredibly complex conundrum, I feel like i came out bit stronger. I’d still recommend starting with the last week’s recommend, or you might not be able to properly appreciate the weight behind the words of Eddo-Lodge. Her rhetoric, quite rightfully so, is also a good deal more confrontational.
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