The Disorientation of Discrimination: Kei Miller & Ian Williams
Originally aired on October 21
Re-release November 30
Jamaican poet, essayist and novelist Kei Miller presents his critical and lyrical collection of interconnected essays, Things I Have Withheld, as Scotiabank Giller Prize-winning writer Ian Williams brings fresh eyes to today’s urgent conversation on race and racism with his collection of essays Disorientation: Being Black in the World. Don’t miss this illuminating conversation exploring the experience of discrimination, the silences in which so many important things are kept, and how the meanings of our bodies can shift as we move through the world, variously assuming privilege or victimhood.
Interviewer: Fiona Raye Clarke
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