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In conversation with Farah Jasmine Griffin

Clive Nwonka is joined by Farah Jasmine Griffin, author of Read Until You Understand, a deeply personal and wide-ranging mediation on Black culture, political freedom and humanity. Farah discusses writing with an ethic of care, honouring grace, mercy and beauty, and the relationship between rage and resistance. Farah also reflects on what she sees as the three sites of engagement for African-American and African diasporic studies: in the classroom, in the world, and in the planet.


Transcript: www.ucl.ac.uk/racism-racialisation/transcript-conversation-farah-jasmine-griffin


This conversation was recorded on 18th February 2022


Speakers: Clive Nwonka, Lecturer in Film, Culture and Society at UCL’s Institute of Advanced Studies  // Farah Jasmine Griffin, William B. Ransford Professor of English and Comparative Literature and African American Studies at Columbia University

Image: Photo © Peggy Dillard Toone

Executive producer: Paul Gilroy

Producer: Kaissa Karhu

Editor: Kaissa Karhu and Anita Langary


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