Student politics, teaching politics, black politics: an interview with Ansel Wong

@article{Waters2016StudentPT,
  title={Student politics, teaching politics, black politics: an interview with Ansel Wong},
  author={Rob Waters},
  journal={Race \& Class},
  year={2016},
  volume={58},
  pages={17 - 33}
}
Ansel Wong is the quiet man of British black politics, rarely in the limelight and never seeking political office. And yet his ‘career’ here – from Black Power firebrand to managing a multimillion budget as head of the Greater London Council’s Ethnic Minority Unit in the 1980s – spells out some of the most important developments in black educational and cultural projects. In this interview, he discusses his identification with Pan-Africanism, his involvement in student politics, his role in the… Expand

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