Inspired by the principles of Malcolm X / Malik El-Hajj Shabazz. A 'Third Worldist' perspective focusing on the increasing pace of south-south co-operation which is challenging and defeating neo-colonial hegemony, and the struggles of those oppressed by neo-colonialism and white supremacy (racism) who fight for their social, political and cultural freedom 'by any means necessary'
The Assata-Tupac Liberation School and Soas2 (School of Occidental and Aryan Studies) are partnering up with the co-operation of the Islamic Human Rights Commission to deliver a unique and educational service.
We are running a free and one year-long course on counter-white supremacy (racism) conducted by brother Syed Mustafa Ali (*short bio below) using Dr Neely Fuller's seminal work on the subject.
Places are severely limited with only 30 places and the course will start on Tues 22 Oct 630-9pm at the IHRC Bookshop 202 Preston Road Wembley HA9 8PA (many thanks to IHRC for the kind cooperation). Subsequent classes will take place every fortnight Tuesdays at the same time and place until July 2014.
There are only 30 places for students in total on the course. You can enquire about enrolling as a student by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
If it so happens that you are unable to attend this course, there are other anti/counter-racist, and decolonizing activities going on which we can sign post you to. Furthermore, the Assata-Tupac Liberation School will be running another course from Sept 2014 onwards.
*Dr Syed Mustafa Ali is a lecturer in the Computing Department of The Open University (UK) whose academic research focuses on investigating issues at the intersection of critical race theory / decolonial studies and computing / ICT. His most recent publication is "Race: The Difference That Makes a Difference" which explores information from a racial perspective and race from an informational perspective and appears in the online peer-reviewed journal tripleC: communication, capitalism & critique. Dr Ali has been investigating race as a systemic phenomenon for almost a decade and has facilitated a number of workshops and other events in this regard. He is affiliated with the BANDUNG2 movement, hosts the BANDUNG2 blog and is one of the directors of the SOAS2 (School of Occidental and Aryan Studies) initiative.