Agent: Rupert Heath
Reni Eddo-Lodge is a freelance journalist, and her work can be found at The Voice, The New York Times, The Guardian, The Independent, Daily Telegraph, Dazed and Confused, Vice Magazine, the New Humanist, and websites like openDemocracy, The F Word and New Left Project.
Her work has been nationally recognised for its critical takes on race and racism. This has led to frequent appearances on Sky News, as well as BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour, in which Reni was a judge on the programme’s panel to assemble its 2014 power list. They named Doreen Lawrence the most powerful woman in Britain.
Reni was listed in the Guardian’s top 30 under 30 in digital media, described as ‘a key voice on intersectional feminism.’ At the Daily Telegraph, her work was commended for its ‘thoughtful commentary on UK feminism, shedding light on voices that are often not heard in the debate.’ Elle Magazine included Reni in their list of 100 inspirational women, and US black website The Root added her to their list of 30 black viral voices under 30.
Reni's first book Why I No Longer Talk to White People About Race will be published by Bloomsbury in 2016.
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