If we can't even get common people to a debate on privilege, how will we get them to study architecture?

Turncoats at Hoxton Hall. Illustration by Andra Antone

With its provocative format, Turncoats promised to ‘rugby tackle’ fundamental issues and turn deferential debates on their head. It caused a buzz in London. This week it moves to Canada and Serbia. Michael Badu assesses its most explosive event yet and asks whether, beyond the hype, it really offers something ...

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