Tag Archive for prejudice

This is England’s most diverse World Cup squad ever (and no-one’s noticed)

This is most diverse England World Cup team ever, and no-one's noticed. What does that tell us about attitudes to race?

No place for prejudice

No Place for Prejudice is a new social media campaign from British Future which urges everyone to stand up to prejudice if they see it.

What to do if you witness hatred

It’s up to all of us, as decent people, to stand up to prejudice if we see it. So what should you do if you witness hatred?

Harry & Meghan: the new face of royalty in a changing Britain

When Prince Harry marries Meghan Markle on 19 May, Britain will welcome its first mixed-race princess - and most Britons will barely notice.

Labour’s anti-racism record offers inspiration to chase antisemitism from the party

Sunder Katwala looks back on Labour's anti-racism achievements and offers advice and challenge on ridding the party of antisemitism

50th anniversary cheers for Wolverhampton, not for Enoch

Steve Ballinger finds out how Wolverhampton has remembered - and forgotten - the 50th anniversary of 'that speech' by its former MP.

25 years on from Stephen Lawrence’s murder, minorities sceptical of progress on prejudice

Less than half of ethnic minority Britons feel there has been progress on racial prejudice over the 25 years since Stephen Lawrence’s murder, according to a new survey

Enoch Who? ‘Rivers of Blood’ is ancient history to young Britons of 2018

50 years on, does 'Rivers of blood' loom large over attitudes to race? Not if you're under 40.

Enoch was wrong: How Britain moved on from ‘Rivers of Blood’

Fifty years on from Enoch Powell’s ‘Rivers of Blood’ speech, Britain has largely moved on from Powell's divisive views on race, says new research

The Great British Take-Off to end inequality

The PM's 'Great British Take-Off' speech on inequality was particularly well-timed. Proof of the pudding will the action that follows, writes Sunder Katwala