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Issue 112, Winter 2022

Wasafiri 112: Reimaging Education

Edited by Darren ChettyAngelique Golding, and Nicola RollockWasafiri 112: Reimagining Education considers what education means within and beyond the classroom, investigating government intervention and the reclamation and exploration of decolonisation, and addressing the forces of change and continuity in Britain today.

Featuring interviews with Inua Ellams, Gary Younge, and Steve Garner; fiction from Durre Shawar and Jade E Bradford; poetry from Salena Godden; life writing from Diane Leedham, and much more, this is an issue not to be missed.



Reimagining Education: Where Do We Go From Here?
Darren Chetty, Angelique Golding, and Nicola Rollock


Pedagogies of Defiance
Sita Balani

Educational Grief
Nick Dennis

Diversifying or Decolonising: How Do We Teach Black History?
Hannah Cusworth

A ‘Balanced’ History of Empire: Sathnam Sanghera’s Empireland and Other Colonial Anti-colonial Histories
Kavita Bhanot

Life Writing

Reflections on Race by a Secondary English Teacher
Diane Leedham


Gary Younge In Conversation: Imagining the World We Actually Want
Darren Chetty

Another Way of Looking: Talking with Inua Ellams
Angelique Golding

'How Do You Change Anything Without Hope?': An Interview with Steve Garner
Nicola Rollock


On Art and Friendship: Expanding What Relation Can Be
Rehana Zaman and Jemma Desai


Jade E Bradford

The Golden Books
Durre Shahwar


In Conversation with the Welsh Government’s Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Communities, Contributions and Cynefin in the New Curriculum Working Group: Final Report Chaired by Professor Charlotte Williams Obe (2021)
Marvin Thompson

Three Poems: Numbers Game (Our Silence Won’t Protect Us); A Journey Home; All Tree, Fewer Branches
Bakita Kasadha

Three Poems: While Justice Waits; Chapter; Who Is Us, Who Is Them
Salena Godden


Review Essay: The Past – And Future – Of Black Britishness in Children’s Books
Hey You! An Empowering Celebration of Growing Up Black – Dapo Adeola
The Place for Me: Stories About the Windrush Generation – Dame Floella Benjamin, K N Chimbiri,
Kevin George, Salena Godden, Judy Hepburn, Ashley Hickson-Lovence, Jermain Jackman, Kirsty
Latoya, Katy Massey, E L Norry, and Quincy the Comedian
Musical Truth: A Musical Journey Through Modern Black Britain – Jeffrey Boakye
Karen Sands-O'Connor

Black Teacher – Beryl Gilroy
Angelique Golding

Home in the World: A Memoir – Amartya Sen
Border Crossings: My Journey as a Western Muslim – Mohammad Chowdhury
Jarula M I Wegner

Writing the Camp – Yousif M Qasmiyeh
Mariangela Palladino

The Bread the Devil Knead – Lisa Allen-Agostini
Carol Leon

Unbury Our Dead With Song – Mukoma Wa Ngugi
Danelle We

The Library of the Dead – T L Huchu
Kris Van der Bijl

The American Way: Stories of Invasion – Orsola Casagrande and Ra Page, eds
Jack Rutherford

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