Categories

PART OF THE Social Justice ISSUE

‘We need to reclaim what it means to be Black in America.’

Interview with Patrisse Khan-Cullors, author of When They Call You A Terrorist: A Black Lives Matter Memoir

Championing human rights in the face of violent racism, Patrisse Khan-Cullors is a survivor. She is also a founder of the Black Lives Matter movement, which seeks to end the culture that declares Black life expendable. In this interview, the perfect introduction to her new book When They Call You A Terrorist, Patrisse talks candidly about  living in America, the era-defining movement, and much more.

When They Call You A Terrorist: A Black Lives Matter Memoir by Patrisse Khan-Cullors and Asha Bandele is out now published in hardback by Canongate Books priced £16.99. The audiobook version is available on various digital platforms and in CD format.

Share this

ALSO IN THIS ISSUE

Theresa Breslin on Libraries and Community click Theresa Breslin on Libraries and Community

‘Libraries offer a multitude of literature-based experiences to the public which might otherwise be …

READ MORE

Hari and His Electric Feet click Hari and His Electric Feet

Alexander McCall Smith: ‘Such is the power of dance to change our lives!’

READ MORE