Appearing in: The Passion of Reason, New Politics and Old Threats, Rethinking Race and Gender and Proseccom Cake and Philosophy with Tommy Curry

'In a society consumed by its hatred for Black men, there is no resistance to the negation of the Black male's humanity'.

Tommy Curry is a philosophy professor at Edinburgh University where he holds a Personal Chair in Africana Philosophy and Black Male studies. His research focusses on Africana Philosophy, Critical Race Theory, Anti-Colonialism, Black Male Studies and Public Health.

Curry is the esteemed author of The Man-Not: Race, Class, Genre and the Dilemmas of Black Manhood which won the American Book Award in 2018. The Man-Not is regarded as controversial for its discussion of the rape of Black males during American slavery by white men and women but has received multiple positive reviews in Masculinity Studies, Black Studies, and Gender Studies journals.

'Curry has taken a bullet for the brothers' - Ishmael Reed.

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