Dr Martin Glynn on how Brexit is affecting racial and prison politics

Feb 28, 2017, 12:01 AM

To describe Dr Martin Glynn as a jack of all trades might be an understatement. Beyond being a theatre director, poet and children's book author he is also a lecturer in criminology at Birmingham City University, has over 3 decades of experience working in criminal justice and public health and is about to release an EP as a hip hop artist. As to be expected we covered a whole range of topics from prison politics and how these are being affected by Brexit to how Martin hopes to use his music to communicate important academic research and insights to those who would never usually encounter them but whom they might be affecting the most.

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