Race, Culture , Intersectionality
"Intersectionality is a framework for conceptualizing a person, group of people, or social problem as affected by a number of discriminations and disadvantages. It takes into account people’s overlapping identities and experiences in order to understand the complexity of prejudices they face."
For more antiracist material please visit the Race Resources in the Tavistock and Portman Library.
- Youtube: Black Psychoanalysts Speak
- "No, Karen, There is No Such Thing as 'Reverse Racism'"
- "Imagine - Bolder Language to Address Racism in the NHS"
- “White Identity in Psychotherapy: Can dialogic, intersubjective psychotherapy help white people work more effectively in a racialized context?” Talk by Dr. Judy Ryde
- Talks On Psychoanalysis: F. Davids/V. De Micco - Racism and Violence in Pandemic Times
 We use the term ‘person of colour’ for anyone, be s/he or they black, brown or yellow, neither considered nor passing as white in these isles. The term originated in, and is primarily associated with, the US, inclusive of Asian, Hispanic and Indigenous Americans; but since the 2010s has been adopted elsewhere in the Anglosphere.
 Christopher Alder, Dalian Atkinson, Sheku Bayoh, Jordan Begley, Leon Briggs, Kingsley Burrell, Rashan Charles, Edson Da Costa, Jean Charles de Menezes,
Mark Duggan, David Victor Emmanuel, Henry Foley, Joy Gardner, Cherry Groce, Mohamud Mohammed Hassan, Cynthia Jarrett, Oluwashijibomi Lapite, Olaseni Lewis, Leroy Junior Medford, Jimmy Mubenga, Leon Patterson, Sean Rigg, Ibrahim Sey, Roger Sylvester and Liddle Towers.