We are looking for people to support and hold us through our growth, challenges and ambitions for the future. If our vision and mission resonate with you and you actively practise anti-racis
We expanded our horizons to connect and collaborate with Leeds’ fashion community. At the start of this year, we collaborated with Leeds RAG- a student-led fundraising society (part of
Summary This episode is also available as a blog post: http://racialjusticenetwork.co.uk/2020/12/21/13th-recommendation-grounding-and-provocation/ Transcription
by Racial Justice Network and Yorkshire Resist Police will now be able to access Track and Trace information on people instructed to self-isolate. Those who fail to self-isolate face fines [
By an anonymous Black PhD student In my first year of the PhD, a Black British friend also pursuing her PhD warned me that for a Black person, life in […]
LABOUR LEADER Jeremy Corbyn has argued that British history lessons need to be rewritten to recognise the devastating impact the Empire has had on its former colonies and across the [&hellip
Earlier this year the government urged universities to reduce the ‘drop-out’ rates of Black students. With Black students 50% more likely to drop out than their peers, the universities m
Following the current situation involving Amy Cooper, it felt appropriate to repost this article published here two years ago... Anaïs Duong-Pedica reflects on white fragility, white women'
Update and summary from decolonial work earlier this year.. January 2020 saw a collaboration between The Racial Justice Network, Kenyan activists and artivists, the University of Nairo
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