The Museum of British Colonialism have organised an online event to explore how the British notions of confinement have been repurposed, reused, and upheld across diverse regions worldwide.
How has the physical, legal, and social infrastructure of detention been rooted in anti-Blackness? How does this manifest in the criminal systems in existence today?
Be part of the Museum’s inaugural Global Conversation as they bring together renowned speakers, researchers, practitioners, and political commentators who share a common interest in exploring these questions
For more information and to book your tickets please see the following website: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/anti-blackness-and-colonial-detention-past-and-present-tickets-636408503967