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Why are there no black men on the NEC?
Tower Hamlets councillor Amina Ali speaks to NEC candidates Jermain Jackman and Terry Paul about the experiences of black men in the Labour party, why there is no black men on the NEC and what the party has got right and wrong when it comes to diversity. This episode is the first in a series…
Pluralism, Not Populism. Chris Clarke on his book The Dark Knight and the Puppet Master
Chris Clarke, author of ‘The Dark Knight and the Puppet Master’, speaks to Joe about the book and why a pluralist left is the way forward. They discuss the three populist myths detailed by Chris in the book and talk about their origins and political ramifications— from losing elections to inspiring antisemitism. Chris’ ideas are…
Dr Samara Linton on Diane Abbott and mental health
Special guest Samara Linton is a Doctor, Writer and now radio Producer. She co-edited ‘The Colour of Madness’: an anthology of poems, stories and art about the experiences of minorities with mental health services in the UK. Samara also co-authored ‘Diane Abbott: The Authorised Biography’. Henna Shah returns to host this episode with Frankie Grant, as they…