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in Anti-racist scholar-activism

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ableism 5, 51, 216
Abu-Jamal, M. 168, 183, 202
accessibility 77–85
accountability 65–71, 212
African enslavement 90, 91, 180, 213
Ahmed, S. 46, 47, 119, 120, 130, 146, 166, 181, 219
anti-anti-racist backlash 117–118, 141
awarding gap 23, 180, 230n.119
 
backlash 116–118
surviving backlash 133–141
bearing witness 13, 108, 211
Bhattacharyya, G. 76, 80, 83, 95, 110, 174–175, 205
Black feminism 14, 15, 119, 121, 128–129, 187, 210
matrix of domination 15, 41, 43, 90–91, 118, 120, 127–132, 158–159, 205–206
practice of refusal 210, 220, 261n.31
Black Lives Matter (BLM) 2, 8, 10, 83
Black Panther 13, 103, 168, 202
Black Power anti-racism 6–7, 10, 75–76
Black Radical tradition 17, 43, 106, 210
 
capital A activism 51, 53, 56
capitalism 74, 140, 145, 188, 189, 195–196
Choudry, A. 44, 68, 69, 102, 208
class suicide 61, 62
classroom-to-activism pipeline 153–155, 176, 215
cloakroom communities 64–65
Collins, P.H. 15–16, 60, 66, 75, 78, 80, 123, 162, 210
colonialism 10, 21–22, 77, 90, 146, 213
conscientisation 148–150, 154, 214
constructive complicity 179–182
COVID-19 pandemic 41, 160–161, 188
critical pedagogy 147–149, 151, 153, 158–160, 214–216
 
Davis, A.Y. 13, 145, 171, 194
decolonisation 45–46, 117, 163, 208
discomfort 157, 184, 200–201
Du Bois, W.E.B. 12, 42–43
 
embeddedness 14, 17, 47, 57, 59, 66, 68–70, 72, 211–212
 
Fanon, F. 13, 59, 145
Fekete, L. 8, 10, 61
free universities 179, 188, 257n.35
freedom dreaming 4, 64, 82, 154, 176, 179, 188, 198, 210
Freire, P. 13, 147, 150, 187, 191, 219
 
guerrilla intellectual 12, 144, 212
see also Rodney, W.
 
Hall, S. 3, 14, 15, 75, 144
Harney, S. 16, 62, 89–92, 94, 115, 193, 212–213
heteronormativity 5, 128, 150, 181, 187
hostile environment 11, 23, 41, 98, 131, 180, 224n.33
 
imagined communities of resistance 70–71, 86
imperial university 20–22
in but not of 16, 62–63, 89, 181, 187, 202, 210
in service 58–61, 62–65
Institute for Race Relations 8, 9, 10, 58, 210
institutional racism 8–9, 22–23, 125
institutionally racist university 22–24
intellectual activism 15–16, 60, 210
see also Collins, P.H.
Islamophobia 23, 130, 159
 
journal paywall 69, 78–79, 83, 104
 
Lentin, A. 6–8
 
masculinity 41, 51, 108
Mohanty, C.T. 178, 180
Moten, F. 16, 62, 89–92, 94, 115, 193, 212–213
municipal anti-racism 7–10
 
neoliberal university 18–20, 60–61, 164–165, 172, 179, 185
Northern Police Monitoring Project ix, 27, 64, 103–104, 200
 
objectivity 12, 111–112, 123–125
 
performance metrics 18, 60, 68, 153, 156
Research Excellence Framework (REF) 19–20, 60, 65–66, 99–100, 139–140, 199
Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) 18–19, 65, 215
petit bourgeoise 42, 61, 145, 192, 258–259n.45
policing 125
abolition 64, 152–153
Macpherson Report 9, 22–23
policing studies 75, 180, 182
positionality 27–28, 120–121, 131, 168, 192, 218
praxis 13, 187, 208–209, 219
Prevent 11, 23, 130, 159, 180, 225n.34
public intellectualism 3, 17, 62, 75, 87, 166, 207, 222n.2
 
racial capitalism 60, 90, 195, 217
see also capitalism
radical anti-racism 9, 22, 70, 204–206
radical educational alternatives 186, 188, 191, 194, 196–197, 214
reflexivity 63–64, 109, 180–181, 186, 187, 200, 218–219
reparative justice 91–92, 94, 213, 262n.43
reparative theft 89–92, 96–97, 212–214
Rodney, W. 14, 47, 60, 72, 144, 214
 
Sewell Report 8–9
sexism 120, 128, 133, 166
Sivanandan, A. 10, 23, 58–59, 70, 75, 101, 207, 209
social media 81–84
solidarity 10–11, 137, 165, 171, 206, 216
space invaders 117, 128
Spivak, G.C. 181–182
strategic duplicity 97, 102, 111–112, 126, 218
struggle where you are 144–147
student fees 18–19, 44, 179
subversive intellectual 12, 89–90, 115, 212
support networks 133–137, 216–217
 
talk-plus-walk 17, 50, 164, 173, 177, 208–209
the Undercommons 16, 89–90, 134, 156
 
unionisation 167, 170–175, 216–217
Universities and College Union (UCU) 136, 170, 171, 174–175, 216
usefulness 71–77
 
wage labour 195–198
Webb, D. 20, 96, 146, 153, 157, 162
white supremacy 39, 132, 158, 183, 192
whiteness 41, 84, 116, 121, 131–132
 
Yancy, G. 73, 117–118
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