Guilaine Kinouani’s first book Living While Black: The essential guide to overcoming Racial Trauma (Ebury: Penguin Random House) is a powerful exposé of the lived experience of various manifestations of racism and their impact on the mind and body through arresting case studies, eye-opening research and effective and innovative coping techniques. Living While Black is a MUST READ for anyone seeking access to specialist self-care strategies to navigate white supremacy across contexts, for those with a vested interest in the welfare and wellbeing of black groups or working towards anti-racism and for everyone else doing ‘the work’.

Following the publication of the book, this space is offered to reflect with the author on the book contents and impressions. And engage in some reading as part of the event. To pre-order a copy of living while black: the essential guide to overcoming racial trauma, please click here.

This space is celebratory and offered to everyone! Use the booking form below to request a place (please note we will use keep your details to get in touch and enter you into our newsletter list).


Jun 19 2021


6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

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