Kehinde Andrews is an academic, activist, author and one of the leading Black political voices in Britain. His books include Back to Black: Retelling Black Radicalism for the 21st Century (2018) and Resisting Racism: Race, Inequality, and the Black Supplementary School Movement (2013).
Kehinde has a BSc in Psychology, a MA in Social Research and a PhD in Sociology and Cultural Studies. He is now a professor of Black Studies at Birmingham City University’s School of Social Sciences (UK), director of the Centre for Critical Social Research, founder of the Harambee Organisation of Black Unity, and co-chair of the Black Studies Association in the UK. Furthermore, he was among the leading team of the development of the first Black Studies degree in Europe. He is also engaged in public debate and writes regularly in the anglophone press on both sides of the Atlantic including the Guardian, Washington Post, Independent, Ebony magazine and New Statesman.
Kehinde is currently engaged in a research project examining the role of Black radicalism in contemporary organising against racial oppression.