Older BAME

RACIAL INEQUALITIES AND INSTITUTIONAL RACISM (and the effects this can have on the recipients)

Ladies and Gentlemen, colleagues and friends— On another platform I might say “comrades”. In my career I, as long ago as 1960, became a protagonist for equal opportunities, but even as a girl grow- ing up in the colony of British Guiana, I was known as someone who stood up for her friends; I guess because my father was in a position of authority. He brought me down a peg or two when he told…

An Intergenerational Perspective on The Effects of Covid-19 on BAME Families

(An Intergenerational Perspective) A VIRUS THAT DOESN’T DISCRIMINATE, BUT THRIVES ON DISCRIMINATION There’s no denying the fact that the coronavirus and the associated COVID-19 have had a huge global impact, with recovery from the social/societal, economic and physical health and psychological fallout being measured not in months, but years. In a daily COVID-19 press conference on the 27th of March, Michael Gove cited the fact that both the Prime Minister and the Health Secretary had contracted…

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