By Thomas L Blair © 1 January 2019
Why not make a New Year’s resolution that’s worth sticking to?
Start reading and commenting on the Chronicleworld weblog. Make it first stop for a deeper understanding of the issues facing Black Britain and the Diaspora.
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Chronicleworld published eye-opening stories, reports and commentaries in 2018.
Here are just a few of our personal favorites and yours.
▪ Backed the families of the Grenfell Tower fire and enquiry in their fight for justice
▪ Exposed mismanaged treatment and care of Black mental patients
▪ Published reports and blogs on social housing in Black Britain
▪ Campaigned for the Black Presence on the Brexit stay/leave agenda
▪ Supported threatened community regeneration groups
▪ Reviewed and showcased new poets, writers, civil rights and mental health activists
And there’s more to come in the New Year 2019
The looming Brexit deadline and the rise of racism in Britain and across Europe are firmly on the agenda for 2019. The Grenfell and Windrush survivors will still be pressing for compensation and justice. And technology, from smart cities to AI will continue to swiftly deplete the jobs available to less skilled Black workers. All will spur Black Britons into action for democracy.
To keep track and stay informed, you’ll need expert and trusted commentary. Which is what you get in the Chronicleworld weblog – publishing unbought and unbowed for 22-years since 1997.
Your best thoughts, opinions and comments are WELCOME.
Here’s Wishing our Readers a Happy, Healthy and Affirmative New Year
Thomas L Blair