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In terms of public speaking, Lindsay has shared his thoughts (often on education, language, culture, young people, race, the arts, Shakespeare, Alex La Guma - the Black Dickens, meaty bone soup, the politics of Colouredness and the colour of knowledge) with audiences at places as diverse as Harvard, Yale, and Oxford universities, Westminster Abbey,  Stockholm University, the London LibraryCity Hall, the National TheatrePolicy Exchange, the Battle of Ideas, BBC Radio 3’s Free Thinking festival at The Sage in Gateshead, the Sunday Times Festival of Education at Wellington College, the Conservative Party Conference 2013 in Manchester, Montague Literary Festival, the Franco-British Council, the British Library, the British Community Honour Awards at the House of Lords, Westminster SchoolHarrow School, West London Free School, Lincoln College, Oxford, University College, London, London Metropolitan University, University of Hertfordshire Business School, St. George’s House, Windsor Castle, the Temenos Academy, the Museum of London, Westminster Education Forum, Foyles bookshop, the Geffrye Museum, Harlesden, Wembley and Willesden Green libraries and the Mayor of London’s Education and the Black Child Conference.

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