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The Reader Interviews: Ruth Ibegbuna & Derek A. Bardowell

Written by Maisie Jeynes, 13th July 2021

This interview is taken from Issue 73 of The Reader Magazine. For more articles, interviews, stories and poems from this biannual publication - become a subscriber.

Enjoy this important conversation between two good friends of The Reader, Ruth Ibegbuna and Derek A. Bardowell, as they discuss racism, sport, and their hopes and fears for the future.

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The Reader Magazine - Issue 73 - Derek A. Bardowell & Ruth Ibegbuna interview

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