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Dismantling structural racism

Jul 20, 2020

In recent weeks the issue of race equality has dominated the news agenda as never before. But racism is not confined to police brutality or monkey chants on the football terraces. That is racism at its most crude, visible and visceral. More pernicious is the structural racism in every aspect of our society - not just in our criminal justice system, but also in schools, the media and the workplace.

How will the enhancement of police powers impact on the black community? -

Shadae Cazzeau, EQUAL's Head of Policy, has talked on two BBC radio programmes -on Radio Derby and Radio WM - about the effect of the enhanced police powers (due to the Coronavirus) might have on black communities.

You can listen to the interviews here:

GCSE and A level exams are cancelled. Will predicted grades have an adverse effect on black students?

Apr 01, 2020
School

Following the government’s decision to close schools and cancel examinations due to the coronavirus outbreak, the Department for Education confirmed that students of GCSEs and A-levels would instead be graded using the predictions of their teachers.

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