Institutional racism

August 24, 2020
Racism in education

The Challenge of Stamping out Racism in the UK Education System.

Racism and its effects on successive generations of people of colour have been the focus of a number of news stories in recent months. A spotlight has been shone on the way public bodies, such as the law enforcement and justice systems, are guilty of maintaining a status quo that disproportionately affects black and other minority ethnic individuals in a negative way. The introduction of the ‘hostile environment’ in 2010, and the anti-immigration message that formed such a big part of the EU referendum campaign, have made it all too clear that there is an inherent problem with racism in the UK.
June 19, 2020

#Toughtalk: Racism, Police brutality and BLM – UK perspective.

UK perspective of Racism, Police brutality and gangs in the wake of George Floyd's brutal murder by Police in the US with Marilyn and Faustina on C. Hub Magazine - #Toughtalk With Guest Marilyn Devonish.
June 17, 2020
Institutional racism in Britain

The Level of Institutional Racism in the UK is a Weeping Sore.

It is the government that is as guilty as anyone else for allowing this to continue. Let’s take the 2017 memorandum of understanding between the Home Office, NHS Digital and the Department of Health. It encouraged the exchange of information between these institutions on the immigration status of patients. It was hardly a recipe for tolerance and inclusion.