New Black-led coalition promotes racism-free Britain.
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By Thomas L Blair 1 June 2017 ©
Britain’s Black and minority ethnic supporters are fighting hard to put their concerns into the GE 2017 ring, 8 June. They aim to halt the political retreat from social responsibility.
A coalition of race equality groups say, “Britain is at a crossroads on race equality, Brexit, immigration and identity”. Moreover, the next government must tackle rampant discrimination in the jobs market, housing, and criminal justice.
However, many questions remain uncharted. Is the Race Equality Manifesto merely a blip below the radar of British politics? Or, the evolution of a quiet Black political revolution?
Search for the answers yourself. Our GE 2017 series of articles starts with the Race Equality Manifesto this final week.
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