Black British Digital Humanities - an in conversation with Dr Francesca Sobande, Keisha Bruce, and Rianna Walcott
This week were joined by the Rianna who is the co-founder of Project Myopia; co-editor of the Colour of Madness and PhD researcher at Kings College London. We discuss whiteness within the academy, decolonising H.E and mental health and illness for Black and Brown people in the UK.
illustrated by Marta Parszeniew; photos by Emily Bowler
As a black person, simply existing in institutional spaces can be a trial. When these spaces are soaked in colonial legacies, and cater to white cultural norms, expectations and experiences – just navigating these worlds that were not built for you takes an extra level of effort and energy that may be invisible to people around you.
Illustration by Arta Ajeti
In this episode of New Activists, Munroe speaks with Rianna Walcott about how education syllabuses should be more diverse.