Mitchell Esajas (the Netherlands, 1988) is co-founder and chairman of New Urban Collective, a network for students and young professionals from diverse backgrounds with a focus on the Surinamese, Caribbean and African diaspora. Esajas studied Business Studies and Anthropology at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. In 2016 he co-founded the Black Archives in Amsterdam, a unique collection of books, documents and artefacts documenting the history of Black people and resistance in the Dutch context, and beyond.
Stakes of the unsaid of a heavy colonial past
11 Sep '19