Aditi Jaganathan’s work explores the emergent cultures which arise from Black and brown diasporic connectivities in city spaces. With a particular interest in creativity as decolonial praxis, she situates the imagination as a radical site of refusal and resistance. Having worked with different racial justice grassroots organisations she is focused on the transformation of the world through education. Radical pedagogies and spaces of (un)learning are a fundamental part of Aditi’s work as an educator. She currently teaches courses on race, gender and representation at Goldsmiths, as well as an independent course on sonics of revolution. Aditi holds an LLM in Human Rights, Conflict and Justice at the SOAS, and is currently a PhD candidate at Brunel, University of London.