Sister Outsider | Feminism is for Everybody – Part 2: Men of Colour & Masculinity [Video]

In part two of the video series 'Feminism is for Everybody' Hana Riaz talks to a panel of men of colour to discuss their thoughts on the issues surrounding masculinity.

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Hana Riaz talks to a Ceasefire panel on masculinity

Hana Riaz talks to a Ceasefire panel on masculinity

Many of the conversations and work subsequently produced about men of colour and masculinity have been extremely American-centric. In part two of this series, I had the joy of sitting down with Symeon Brown, JJ Bola and Ceasefire’s very own Usayd Younis to discuss their thoughts on issues effecting young men of colour this side of the Atlantic.

See also: Part I: The role of men

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Hana Riaz

Hana Riaz is a black muslim feminist, writer and blogger. Her Ceasefire column on gender and race appears monthly. Follow her on Twitter @HanaRiaz.

Usayd Younis

Usayd Younis is Ceasefire Digital Editor. He is a documentary film-maker currently co-directing 'Generation Revolution', a feature-length documentary film about young black and brown activists in London. You can find his website at usayd.com. He tweets at @usayd

Nathan Edward is a freelance writer and journalist, researcher, oral historian and digital storyteller. You can follow him on Twitter @Umanyano

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Jul 16, 2013 23:20

[…] In part two of the video series 'Feminism is for Everybody' Hana Riaz talks to a panel of men of colour to discuss their thoughts on the issues surrounding masculinity.  […]

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