Part of the Festival of Debate's 2023 'Inequality strand'. Be part of the conversation about 'how our society can overcome inequalities of race, gender, sexuality, income and disability'.
Kenan Malik is a writer, lecturer, broadcaster, Observer columnist and author of a new book, Not So Black and White, a history of race from white supremacy to the politics of identity.
A former Moral Maze panellist, he has presented BBC Radio 3’s Nightwaves and Radio 4’s Analysis. His previous books include The Quest for a Moral Compass, and From Fatwa to Jihad, which was shortlisted for the Orwell Prize.
This will be a thought-provoking debate - chaired by Desiree Reynolds.
£6.00 to £9.00