Aysha Jones and the Black Lives Matter Movement

On Campaining Against Racism in Sweden: Interview with Isatou Aysha Jones, Founder of Black Lives Matter Sweden

The Raoul Wallenberg Institute is presenting you its latest On Human Rights podcast. This episode focuses on Campaining Against Racism in Sweden with Isatou Aysha Jones, Founder of Black Lives Matter Sweden.

On March 21st we started to discuss racial discrimination in Sweden with Aysha Jones. We sat down last week to continue this conversation and know more about anti-racist campaigning, Sweden’s denialism and intersectionality. Aysha also offered us her thoughts on the approaches for Black Lives Matter going forward.

Listen to our interview below to find out more about her  views on these questions.

This podcast is part of the second event of the Swedish Human Rights Film Festival dedicated to the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. It is the third of a series of additional materials we would like to share with you. 

Learn more about the Swedish Human Rights Film Festival organized by the Institute in collaboration with Kino Lund and explore our movie and podcast suggestions on various themes on its website.

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