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E045 Paulette Williams: Widening participation, Leading Routes & #BlackinAcademia Surviving Society

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Friend of the podcast Paulette Williams joined us to talk about the recent history of widening participation in UK Higher education, founding Leading Routes and her ambitions for #PathstoUniversity and #BlackInAcademia as way to help strengthen the academic lifecycle for Black African and Caribbean students.

Useful links/reading –
https://leadingroutes.org
https://www.redpepper.org.uk/the-political-whiteness-of-metoo/

*Our use of ‘towards a more sociable sociology’ was inspired by our reading & studying of Migrant City by Les Back, Shamser Sinha, Charlynne Bryan, Vlad Baraku & Mardoche Yembi.

*For an audible introduction to Sociable Sociology check out this podcast with Les Back and Charlynne Bryan posted by Mark Carrigan -https://soundcloud.com/mark-carrigan/les-back-on-sociable-sociology

Friend of the podcast Paulette Williams joined us to talk about the recent history of widening participation in UK Higher education, founding Leading Routes and her ambitions for #PathstoUniversity and #BlackInAcademia as way to help strengthen the academic lifecycle for Black African and Caribbean students.

Useful links/reading –
https://leadingroutes.org
https://www.redpepper.org.uk/the-political-whiteness-of-metoo/

*Our use of ‘towards a more sociable sociology’ was inspired by our reading & studying of Migrant City by Les Back, Shamser Sinha, Charlynne Bryan, Vlad Baraku & Mardoche Yembi.

*For an audible introduction to Sociable Sociology check out this podcast with Les Back and Charlynne Bryan posted by Mark Carrigan -https://soundcloud.com/mark-carrigan/les-back-on-sociable-sociology

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