Statues, Slavery and The Struggle for Equality
Politics & Economics • 1h 13m
Following the death of George Floyd, global Black Lives Matter protests and debates raging over statues from Colston to Churchill, Intelligence Squared hosted an online discussion with historian David Olusoga, Labour MP Dawn Butler, philosopher Susan Neiman and broadcaster Yassmin Abdel-Magied.
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