Creative anti-racisms
Screen and digital labour as resistance
in Creativity and resistance in a hostile world
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How have ideas of race and belonging helped shape creative work? Chapter 3 explores how different generations of Black and Asian activists in the UK have mobilised screen media, from film to digital, as a response to the institutional practices and cultural norms that generate disparate racialised outcomes. The discussion provides an opportunity to focus on the motivations of creative activists who use the film form and podcasting to agitate for anti-racism. The chapter provides an overview of the Black British context of creative production and exclusion. It foregrounds the testimonies of archivists, curators, podcasters and filmmakers to explore the anti-racist interruptions that are made possible by different media technologies and platforms; the particular interventions that are envisaged by cultural producers; and the effects that such representations actually create.

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