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This book shows us the power that comes when we refuse silencing, when we speak our truths through the pain inflicted by white supremacy and racism, when we acknowledge the need for BPOC solidarities in the struggle with which we are now faced in ‘post-race’, neo-liberal institutions. Now more than ever, we need the decolonial knowledge and praxis based on activism contained in this book.

— Shirley Anne Tate, Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Alberta

This book, emerging from the experiences and initiatives of students and staff at the University of Kent, provides a powerful resource for thinking through issues of social justice within the university context. It is a reflective contribution to the wider debates around ‘decolonising the university’ that also offers a variety of strategies and responses to the concerns raised.

— Gurminder K Bhambra , Professor of Postcolonial and Decolonial Studies, School of Global Studies, University of Sussex