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Peter Hudis Seminar on Black Lives Matter - Shared screen with gallery view
Brian Keenan
33:56
Glasgow
Nada Mohsin .Aboghunaim
34:53
iraq
Richard Abernethy
35:25
Oxfordshire, England
Iris L
01:15:50
Excellent thank you
Jo Ho
01:16:13
so engaging!
Eleanor Kelley-Swift
01:16:26
That was very interesting, thank you!
Mariana Zurita | she/her
01:16:57
What is in the agenda next?
BoothCat
01:17:01
Wow wow wow!!! thank you so much!!!!
Gina Lyle
01:17:05
Thank you for this afternoon! I'm afraid I have to dash off for a class, but I appreciate so much being able to hear Peter speak. Take care, all!
Gary Walsh
01:28:15
Related to point above about Freire - but would also include bell hooks and some others - what do you see as the role of education (school/college/university) in the transformation of human relations, and/or in what ways is education part of the problem?
Eleanor Kelley-Swift
01:46:28
I would be very interested to see the reading list for your course!
Halle Campise
01:46:56
On the defunding issue, the argument against that I've heard most is the violence of arriving to domestic abuse situations, and that a social worker would just get themselves killed. I'm not an expert on this so I wasn't able to speak against that, how would you address that issue or can you direct us to specific readings/research that address the practicalities behind defunding police forces and transitioning to specially trained social work professionals on a day to day basis? And I've heard that social work in America "doesn't pay enough" for a private citizen to put themselves in danger like that.
Ettore Casellato
01:49:05
I think one aim of defunding police is to replace police's protection with the one a caring-community can provide. At least, this is what I got.
Halle Campise
01:49:28
Your statement on "don't take away jobs from good cops" is what I hear from immediate family in Texas all the time.
Peter Hudis
01:53:42
My email: phudis55@gmail.com
Mariana Zurita | she/her
01:54:21
My question is actually about issues around the defunding of the police also, but more about the politics of it.
Peter Hudis
01:54:58
Feel free to send me email and I’ll send you a list of resources on this subject
Nigel Carter
01:56:11
You can't disconnect the 21st century demand for Abolition (defund the police) to the historical context of the struggle for Abolition of Slavery in the US - it is this history that sets the context for the resonance amongst todays racialized activists of the demand for Abolition
Nigel Carter
02:05:41
Hi Peter, Really stimulating discussion - I'd like to ask in the context of your talk what do you think is the difference in approach of Thomas Piketty's 'Capital' compared to Manning Marable's 'How Capitalism Underdeveloped Black America' and Marable's analysis of racialization and class stratification in 'Beyond Racial Identity Politics: Towards a Liberation theory for Multicultural Democracy? Also do you think there is a difference between WEB DuBois' framing in 'Black Reconstruction' of a "public - psychological wage" in relation to whiteness and David Roedigers approach referred to by another questioner e.g. his Wages of Whiteness '
Iris L
02:11:52
Thanks Nigel. The topic of slavery/abolition motivated my question: It means, simply put, ‘making an activity unlawful’ . Is the formulation ‘police abolition’ not problematic as many can interpret it as ‘unlawfulness of police presence’ ?
Vassiliki Kolocotroni
02:13:11
Tuesday 23 February 2021, 5-7pmA Seminar on the Economy and the Impending Financial Crisis, led by Hillel Ticktin and Christine Cooperhttps://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-economy-and-the-current-crisis-hillel-ticktin-and-christine-cooper-tickets-134991646649Hillel Ticktin is Professor Emeritus of Marxist Studies at the University of Glasgow, and the founding editor of Critique.Christine Cooper is Chair of Accounting and Director of Research at the University of Edinburgh.
Vassiliki Kolocotroni
02:13:23
https://www.gla.ac.uk/schools/critical/research/researchcentresandnetworks/socialisttheoryandmovements/seminarsandevents/
AMINA KHAN
02:15:04
What about the historical economic exploits of Imperialism and Colonialism justified on the basis if racial superiority?
AMINA KHAN
02:15:13
*of
Mariana Zurita | she/her
02:15:56
(Just a shout out) I read, Ibram X. Kendo’s Stamped from the beginning and it was GREAT at explaining WEB Dubois’s work and life, and everything around the history of racism.
Nigel Carter
02:19:10
Obama - would be categorised by Marable as a 'Black Brahmin
Mariana Zurita | she/her
02:20:31
Thanks, Nigel!!
AMINA KHAN
02:20:39
Priti Patel and Rishi Sunack too!
Mariana Zurita | she/her
02:21:01
Nigel, could I get your email?
Lauren Boath
02:21:46
Excellent and thought provoking, thank you.
Gary Walsh
02:21:51
That was a great session, thank you Peter, and thank you colleagues for the great questions too
Christine Cooper
02:21:55
Thanks so much Peter! AMAZING!!
Ryan Turnbull
02:21:57
boring
David Watt
02:21:59
Thanks to all
Eleanor Kelley-Swift
02:21:59
Thank you so much! This was wonderful.
Sofia Kougianou
02:22:03
Great discussion thanks!
Ettore Casellato
02:22:12
thank you very much all
Kaiyue He
02:22:15
Thank you for this excellent talk.
James Gülgeçer
02:22:18
Thank you very much
Stacey Anderson
02:22:18
Very insightful - thank you Peter!
Eliana Rentería
02:22:19
Thank you so much!!
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02:22:19
Thank you everyone!!
Katie Anderson
02:22:20
Thank you!
Laura Comincini (she/her)
02:22:23
Thank you!
Halle Campise
02:22:24
Thanks so much!
Elisa Pesce
02:22:37
thank you for this wonderful talk
J
02:22:57
God my balls are sweaty. mobama for prez BLM ACAB
D K
02:22:58
Cheers Peter
Annie Goddard
02:23:08
Thank you very much!
Omid Fariborz
02:23:10
great talk , thanks