Writer Afua Hirsch and ex-footballer Eniola Aluko discuss the need to teach a complete history of the British Empire.
In this excerpt from Studio B: Unscripted, writer and broadcaster Afua Hirsch and lawyer and former footballer Eniola Aluko reflect on their experiences finding an identity and overcoming their so-called “impostor syndromes”.
Hirsch shares her views on the need for British institutions to come to terms with the country’s history of Empire.
Her first book, Brit(ish): On Race, Identity and Belonging, explores the legacy of imperialism, her identity as a British-Ghanaian and how she has tackled the subjects of race, class and gender along her journey.
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