Sohail Jannesari

Sohail's Stolen Tools Journal

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King's College London

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Stolen tools is an online anti-racism journal dedicated to centering the voices of black and brown people within health inequalities research. The journal aims to provide a creative platform for diverse voices to be emotionally expressive about racism rooted in academia, challenge their self-censorship in research, and share knowledge in a way which is understandable by everyone. 

In creating knowledge, we ask ‘who are we thinking with?’ – aspiring to build intellectual communities and accessible knowledge with the people and communities we serve. We welcome a variety of submissions around anti-racism work in health settings, racial health inequalities (particularly mental health), and the health of racialised minority in academic setting including academic articles (understandable to non-academics), creative outputs on these topics (artwork, poetry, music, fiction prose), anti-racism campaigning features, letters and commentaries.  

We take inspiration from the Audre Lorde quote, "The master's tools will never dismantle the master's house", by upending traditional journal structures and creating our own tools for sharing knowledge. We will work with authors from the start of their writing journey, recruiting people based on who they are and what they want to say, rather than a completed manuscript. Articles will be accompanied by lay summaries (and translated summaries where appropriate) and related artwork. Every article will be open access, and we are seeking submission from non-university researchers to broaden out platform. 

Stolen Tools attempts to break the profit driven model of academic journals. Where possible, we pay our authors and other contributors, mentors and advisory board members.

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King's College London

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King's College London is one of the world's top 25 universities. It conducts world-changing research in a variety of areas including: cancer, stroke, Alzheimer's, conflict resolution and the environment. It also educates nearly 20,000 students, inspiring them to become the next generation of leaders, both in the UK and overseas. Only one third of the College's income comes from the Government - charitable donations are vital to its work. King's College London has charitable status under the Charities Act 1993.

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