I am Race and Resistance's co-convenor and a second-year MPhil student reading History at Exeter College. My chief concern is comprehending and historicising 'black anarchism'. My thesis looks to widen 'the black radical tradition' through the incorporation of the anarcho principles underpinning black radical protest in the second half of the twentieth century. For this, I centre Black Feminism in Britain's Black Power movement, Philadelphia's MOVE movement, and the spread of Caribbean dissident culture. Outside of my thesis, I am also interested in the memory of slavery, The Smiths, and understanding and disrupting what Stuart Hall called 'The Heritage'.