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Deport, Deprive, Extradite Night
Saturday 8 September
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In a nutshell
Deport, Deprive, Extradite night uses talks, short film, poetry, monologues to explore the racial state under the War on Terror.
A night of panel discussions, short film, dramatic monologues, poetry, and probing questions.
Nisha Kapoor is the author of Deport, Deprive, Extradite: 21st State Extremism. She is a lecturer at University of York.
Liz Fekete is director of the Institute of Race Relations, where she has worked for over thirty years. She heads its European Research Programme (ERP) and is Advisory Editor to its journal Race & Class. She is the author of A Suitable Enemy: Racism, Migration and Islamophobia in Europe.
Ken Ferro is a film maker who commissioned 2 news film for this project. His work looks at deaths in custody and other state injustice
Suhaiymah Manzoor-Khan is a poet known as the brown hijabi
Hamja Ahsan is an activist, curator, writer. He organises DIY Cultures festival. He was shortlisted for the Liberty Human Rights award. His latest book is Shy Radicals: the Antisystemic Politics of the Militant Introvert
What people are saying
“Nisha Kapoor’s work is extraordinarily important, shining a torch on the deep structures of racism that infuse the security state. As the rhetoric of the War on Terror recedes, her research reveals the architecture of punitive practices that now link counterterrorism policing to border control. Her investigations into the new state powers to detain and deport are matched by a concern for the families and communities of those who are targeted, giving an eloquent voice to those who are rarely heard.” – Vron Ware
Why does Rich Mix matter?
'Rich Mix gives me the creative freedom to ask questions about the state and society. Rich Mix aims to outreach to communities at the highest artistic quality'
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Things you should know
This event is wheelchair accessible.