All people belong to one biological species and there are no human “races”. So why does belief in race persist?
It’s starkly evident that major ethnic and racial inequalities persist in employment, housing and the justice system.
To combat racism, it is necessary to understand the history of the ideology of “race”, and whiteness as the foundation of racial categories and racism.
Explore the following books on race and racial inequality that have made it onto The New York Times Best Sellers list.
Books to fortify a long-term struggle – after this news cycle is over and social media posts about ‘Black Lives Matter’ dies down.
In the UK, we have seen the emergence of the term BAME as a collective term used to describe non-White people. But what does it really mean, and what is it used for?
Even though brands are stepping up and making statements, the broader industries behind these messages, like advertising, also need interrogating.
As Black Lives Matter continues to draw attention to racism, it’s time internet companies did more to tackle all forms of bigotry.
Experiences of racism can start very early in childhood, so Black parents have to manage their children’s encounters with racism.
The recent wave of Black Lives Matter protests have sparked critical conversations about policing, and the way policing affects Britain’s Black communities, including the presence of police in UK schools.