A book review every day until Christmas at Red Pepper

Red Pepper will be publishing a new book review each day until Christmas

December 2, 2016 · 1 min read

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To help you choose the best books for your loved ones this Christmas, Red Pepper is publishing a new book review every day until December 25. To keep up to date with the latest reviews visit www.redpepper.org.uk/culture/books

Our first two reviews are of Richard Seymour’s Corbyn: the strange rebirth of radical politics and Keeanga-Yamahtta’s’ From #blacklivesmatter to black liberation.

#25BooksofChristmas


One million hours of solitude

Simon Hedges shares his tips on surviving lockdown and government ineptitude

Review – Steal as Much as You Can by Nathalie Olah

Anna Clayton reviews Natalie Olah's book, which explores how upper middle-class pop culture has affected British politics

No solutions, no justice: Covid-19 and BAME communities

Apsana Begum MP asks why no action has been taken to protect BAME communities from Covid-19, despite the Government report revealing disproportionate impact


The nationalist unconscious

To fully grasp the rise of the new authoritarians, we must engage with psychoanalysis as well as economics, writes Richard Seymour

Lockdown live: ‘Race Today’

Join Red Pepper editor K Biswas and guests Paul Gilroy, Lola Olufemi, Ciaran Thapar and Joy White to discuss marginality, inequality, creativity and belonging in Britain

Brazilian oligarchs sacrifice people for profit

Business leaders are using social media and political influence to spread coronavirus disinformation – and endangering thousands of lives. Raphael Tsavkko Garcia reports

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