Radical Black & Asian Publishing: Legacies & Continuing Challenges
Sat 10 May 1-230pm
London EC2M 4QH
As part of the The London Radical Bookfair & Alternative Press Takeover
Chair: Sukant Chandan - Sons of Malcolm
Speaker: Eric Huntley - Bogle L'Overture Books / Radical Black and Third World Bookfair (1982-1995)
more speakers tbc
At the London Radical Bookfair & Alternative Press Takeover one day event, we will be holding a panel on the experience and legacy of radical anti-imperialist, Black and Asian publishing of previous generations, and the continuing challenges and importance of developing publishing today for the struggle of the GlobalSouth against white supremacy and imperialism and for our collective Liberation.
We are delighted to have on this panel Eric Huntley, who with Jessica Huntley and their Bogle Overture books (and the related Walter Rodney bookshop which used to be in West Ealing, in West London) helped to organise with several other Black and Asian radical publishers the International Book Fair of Radical Black and Third World Books between 1982 - 1995.
The challenges remain for those interested in the on-going Liberation struggles of the GlobalSouth to develop analysis, culture, theory, history and fictional and children's books in relation to the newer generations in new political contexts of the world struggle with new forms of publishing especially in the realm of the digital age.
(This event will be filmed, live streamed and uploaded onto youtube, by attending this event you are giving permission to be possible filmed)