Richard Reddie

Richard Reddie is an author and researcher, who for three years headed up the set all free project which marked the 2007 slave trade bicentenary. He also worked as an education policy officer for Race On The Agenda (ROTA), a social policy think-tank looking at issues affecting London's Black Minority Ethnic Community. Richard also worked for the Evangelical Alliance within its Information Department for over six years.

Richard has a first degree in Spanish and Caribbean Studies and a Masters in Information Management. He has written for a number of Christian and secular publications, including Focus, Christianity, the Weekly Gleaner, The Church Times, BBC online and the Voice. He is the author of Abolition! The struggle to abolish slavery in the British colonies (2007). His latest book, Black Muslims in Britain, was published in June 2009 by Lion Hudson.

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