Podcasts, Vlogs and Videos

Explore our podcasts, vlogs and videos covering a wide range of topics with racial justice and at the centre. To keep up to date with talks, media coverage, and videos that inspire change visit our YouTube channel below.

BBC Bradford Radio Racial Justice Network on Hate Crime
Project Officer, Sharon Anyiam, joins BBC Radio Bradford to discuss our hate crime report.

BBC Bradford Radio

BCB Radio – Race Matters with Trustee’s Sai Murray, Maureen Grant & Laura Loyola-Hernández
A discussion with invited guests on international, national and local issues. Note, this episode contains references to violence, discussions on race, mental health.

BCB Radio Interview: Race Matters

13th Recommendation, Grounding and Provocation
What is #ENDSARS?
What is #ENDSARS?
Jannat Hosssain: What’s The Difference Between Mobilising and Organising?
5 Ways to Disrupt Racism
BBC Radio Leeds – Black & Brown Drop Our Rate From Universities
Track and Trace: Police and the Criminalisation
Tchiyiwe Thandiwe Chihana: What Does Success & Failure Look Like In Mobilising & Organising?
Resist Remember Repair! Racial Justice Network in Kenya C
Race & Climate Justice – Mudança no clima Alter do Chão

Penny Wangari-Jones: What’s the Difference Between Mobilising & Organising?
Sankofa Afrikan History Class – Empowering Community Through Education
13th Recommendation

Free Speech and Sanitising History

At RJN we want to express our grave concern about the encroaching powers the government is having on freedom of speech, education and charities with the aim to silence and bury history. Motivation behind this is to avoid discomfort and cover up how wealth was amassed during the British empire and at the expense of former colonies, who until today continue to bear the brunt of this history.

Report on the public perception of police fingerprint scanning

The Racial Justice Network and Yorkshire Resists have written a new report to draw attention to the impact of the Biometric Services Gateway (mobile fingerprinting) on both the communities targeted by police and the wider public. The report discusses issues that arose from an online survey (115 participants) conducted on the public’s perception of theContinue reading “Report on the public perception of police fingerprint scanning”

13th Recommendation, Grounding and Provocation

Who are we that we can determine what is and what is not relevant to any discussion which concerns the fate of the Earth? We are the Earth. We are, in each element of our being, a part of the substance, feeling and memory of this planetary being. In recollecting this, we re-member ourselves as response-able for retaining the ebb and flow of planetary dynamics. But we are not alone.

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