Communities of Resistance: writings on black struggles for socialism
Ambalavaner Sivanandan was one of Britain’s most influential radical thinkers. As Director of the Institute of Race Relations for forty years, his work changed the way that we think about race, racism, globalisation and resistance. Communities of Resistance collects together some of his most famous essays, including his excoriating polemic on Thatcherism and the left ‘The Hokum of New Times’.
This updated edition contains a new preface by Gary Younge and an introduction by Arun Kundnani.