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Rhodes must fall : the struggle to decolonise the racist heart of empire
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Éditeur Zed Books
Année 2018
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Rhodes must fall : the struggle to decolonise the racist heart of empire
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1 vol. (XXII-382 pages) : illustration ; 22 cm
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Notes bibliogr. p. 361-382
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378.425/74
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Preface / Kehinde Andrews ; Introduction from the Editors / Roseanne Chantiluke, Brian Kwoba and Athinangamso Nkopo ; Part I: Rhodes Must Fall In Oxford! : ; 1. Rhodes Must Fall in Oxford Founding Statement / RMFO ; 2. Protesting the Rhodes Statue at Oriel College / Ntokozo Qwabe ; 3. Wake Up, Rise Up / André Dallas ; 4. Skin Deep: The Black Women of Rhodes Must Fall in Oxford / Athinangamso Nkopo, Tadiwa Madenga and Roseanne Chantiluke ; 5. Dreaming Spires Remix / Sizwe Mpofu-Walsh ; 6. Ignorance Must Fall / Princess Ashilokun ; 7. Letter of Support: The Codrington Legacy in Oxford / Michelle Codrington ; 8. Codrington Conference: 'What is to be Done?' / Dr. Simukai Chigudu ; 9. Britain's Black Debt: Reparations Owed for the Crimes of Native Genocide and Chattel Slavery in the Caribbean / Sir Hilary McDonald Beckles KA ; 10. Reparations in the Space of the University in the Wake of Rhodes Must Fall / Patricial Daley ; 11. Interviewing for the Rhodes Scholarship / Julian Brave NoiseCat ; 12. The Rhodes Scholarship: A Silver Lining? / Brian Kwoba ; 13. Decolonising Whiteness: White Voices in Rhodes Must Fall / Arthur (Eirich), Anasstassia Baichorova, Claudio Sopranzetti, JanaLee Cherneski, Max Harris and Roné McFarlane ; 14. Anit-Blackness, Intersectionality and People of Colour Politics / Athinangamso Nkopo and Roseanne Chantiluke ; Part II: Sister Movements : ; 15. Black Feminist Reflections on the Rhodes Must Fall Movement at UCT / Kealeboga Ramaru ; 16. Of Air. Running. Out. / Athinangamso Nkopo ; 17. Decolonising SOAS: Another University Is Possible / Akwugo Emejulu ; 18. Colston: What Can Britain Learn from France? / Olivette Otele ; 19. Student Voices from Decolonise Sussex / Lavie Williams, Isabelle Clark and Savannah Sevenzo ; 20. The Pro-Indo-Aryan Anti-Black M.K. Gandhi and Ghana's #GandhiMustFall Movement / Odádélé Kambon ; 21. Harvard: Reclaim Harvard and Royall Must Fall / Rena Karefa-Johnson ; 22. An Interview with Princeton's Black Justice League / Asanni York ; 23. #LeopoldMustFall: Queen Mary University of London / QM Pan-African Society ; Part III: Global Reflections And Reverberations : ; 24. Resisting Neocolonialsim from Patrice Lumumba to #RhodesMustFall / Kofi Klu ; 25. Decolonising Mathematics / Kevin Minors ; 26. To Decolonise Math, Stand Up to its False History and Bad Philosophy / Chandra Kant Raju ; 27. Decolonising Pedagogy: An Open Letter to the Coloniser / Lwazi Lushaba ; 28. 'British Values' and Decolonial Resistance in the Classroom / Roseanne Chantiluke ; 29. Decolonising Reparations: Intersectionality and African Heritage Community Repairs / Esther Stanford-Xosei ; 30. Decolonisation, Palestine and the University / Anonymous ; 31. The Struggle to Decolonise West Papua / Benny Wenda ; 32. Why Does My University Uphold White Supremacy? The Violence of Whiteness at UCL / Ayo Olatunji
Résumé
La 4e de couv. indique : "When students at Oxford University called for a statue of Cecil Rhodes to be removed, following similar calls by students in Cape Town, the impact of these protests was felt across continents. This was not simply about tearing down an outward symbol of British imperialism - a monument glorifying a colonial conqueror - but about confronting the toxic inheritance of the past, and challenging the colonial ideologies that pervade universities today. And it went to the very heart of the pernicious influence of colonialism in education today. Written by key members of the movement in Oxford, Rhodes Must Fall is the story of that campaign. Showing the crucial importance of solidarity with sister movements in South Africa and beyond, this book shows what it means to boldly challenge the racism rooted deeply at the very heart of empire."
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978-1-78699-390-8
1-78699-390-2
978-1-78699-389-2
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