Black Britannia: There Is a Long, Racist History of State Surveillance of Black Communities
by Bryan Knight
At the height of the Black Power movement, fears over the activities of Black radical activists led the British state to undertake an extensive and covert surveillance mission, aimed at suppressing any challenges to its authority. In the second instalment of our series Black Britannia, Bryan Knight explores this period of heightened police surveillance and how it relates to our current political moment.

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