Nosakhare Imaghodo

Postgraduate Research Student
Department of Sociology
 Nosakhare Imaghodo


Ask me about
  • Black British History
  • Anti-Black Racism
  • Inequalities and social justice
  • British Racism


Nosa Imaghodo is currently a PhD candidate and an Outreach tutor at the University of Essex. His current research focuses on the reproduction of anti-black racism in Britain and its solution. He also currently works as a research assistant (Office for Student Project) in the Directorate of Student Achievement, Kingston University. He has also worked as a data analyst for the Surrey County Council. Nosa received his undergraduate degree in History and International Studies from Ajayi Crowther University, his MA in Politics-Strategy and international Security from The University of Hull, and his MSc in Social Research Methods from the University of Surrey. Nosa is also interested in research areas such as anti-black racism in The Netherlands, grassroots movements and the intersection of race and sexuality.


  • BA Ajayi Crowther University (2014)

  • MA The University of Hull (2016)

  • MSc University of Surrey (2017)

Research and professional activities


Black activists' perspectives on the issue of racism in Britain

The research identifies that previous RR Acts, which were supposed to tackle racism were passive, and that they also failed to take into account how a group of people experience and interprets their disadvantages in Britain. Therefore, why were these laws ineffective and why is anti-Black racism still prevalent? The research aims to critically assess the perspectives of Black activists who take different stances on why racism is prevalent and what are ways racism can be eradicated in Britain.

Supervisor: Professor Colin Samson

Research interests

Structural, Institutional, Individual and Cultural Racism

Anti-Black Racism

Inequalities and Social justice

Grassroots movements



Colchester Campus