by Phelan Chatterjee Recently I watched the first episode of Aziz Ansari’s Master of None with a friend. The first thing he pointed out was the seemingly in your face […]
Phelan Chatterjee is a student of politics and sociology at the University of Cambridge. He is active in the Students’ Union BME Campaign and Decolonise Cambridge, a group seeking to address institutional racism and shine a light on colonial legacies at the university. He is also the founder of FUSE, a Cambridge network for queer students of colour. Find him on Twitter @LiftsGoingDown and check out his writing at http://www.clippings.me/phelanchatterjee.