Reni Eddo-Lodge is that rarest of delights — a young, working-class Black woman from the humble London neighborhood of Tottenham with a voice in public life. She’s written everywhere from The Telegraph to The New York Times and won various awards for her work, which is focused on opening up the conversation about systemic racism in Britain. Her debut book, Why I’m No Longer Talking To White People About Race(out tomorrow in the U.K. and in December in the U.S.) , is an important collection...


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