Nosakhare Imaghodo

Postgraduate Research Student
Department of Sociology
 Nosakhare Imaghodo


Ask me about
  • Systemic racism
  • Anti-black racism
  • Race, class and inequalities


Nosa is a completing his PhD thesis at the University of Essex in the sociology department. His research assesses the perspectives of Black British activists who take differing stances as to why (institutional) racism persists, and who employ varying strategies, campaigning tirelessly, in deliberating and putting into action ways in which racism can be eradicated in Britain. Nosa briefly worked as an outreach tutor with the University of Essex and as a research assistant (Office for Student Project) at the Directorate of Student Achievement, Kingston University. Nosa holds an MSc in Social Research Methods from the University of Surrey and MA in Politics- Strategy and International Security from the University of Hull. In his free time, he reads Murakami.


  • MA The University of Hull (2016)

  • MSc University of Surrey (2017)

Research and professional activities


The end of racism: why Black British activists say racism persists and what they think the solutions could be

The purpose of this study is to investigate visions of the end of racism in Britain. Drawing on interviews with forty-four black activists in England and Scotland, this study examines both solutions to racism and the structures, discourses and languages that uphold and reproduce racism in Britain.

Supervisor: Professor Colin Samson



Colchester Campus