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Police investigating the brutal shooting of Indian student Anuj Bidve in an apparently motiveless attack are now investigating the possibility that the murder was racially motivated and a hate crime.
Two members of a group set up to ensure community confidence in the investigation of the police shooting of Mark Duggan in Tottenham have resigned, following reports of losing confidence in the Inquiry set up by the IPCC. The row … Continue reading
Stanford University Law professor, Ralph Richard Banks has controversially encouraged black women to marry outside their race because black men are falling behind them in education and class.
Adolph Cameron, the head of the Jamaican Teachers’ Association said that Afro-Caribbean black boys in Britain are failing academically because they perceive success in education as ‘gay’.
Making a mockery of the Macpherson Inquiry: White police officers use political correctness to accuse Scotland Yard of racism
Six white police officers have taken the Metropolitan Police to an employment tribunal accusing Scotland Yard of political correctness and racial discrimination, a case which may set a dangerous precedent for other white officers to use this tactic and turn … Continue reading
The Islamic group Muslims Against Crusades (MAC) caused controversy today when they burned a US flag outside the American embassy in London during a minute’s silence to remember the victims of the September 11, 2001, attacks.
In an interview to mark the September 11 attacks with the Times, former UK Prime Minister and war criminal, Tony Blair, hinted that regime change was needed in Iran and Syria, revealing the same bloodthirsty desire for war which took … Continue reading
End Child Detention Now deplores the opening of a new child and family detention facility in Mid Sussex and calls for an urgent parliamentary debate so that Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg can be called to account for breaching his … Continue reading
A 25 year-old amateur rugby league player has died in police custody in suspicious circumstances just days after nationwide riots.
Freelance writer Charlie Bins was frustrated with the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) after discovering that they appeared to protect the rights of whites but had no power when it came to the equality of black people.
Press release by Runnymede Trust© A group of charities have issued a strong critique of the UK government’s lack of action on race inequality, which will be presented to the United Nations in Geneva next week. The group’s concerns, outlined … Continue reading
Historian David Starkey provoked a race row over the weekend with comments he made on BBC 2’s Newsnight suggesting that the London riots proved that Enoch Powell’s 1968 “Rivers of Blood” speech, a warning about mass immigration was right, and that … Continue reading
A youtube video seems to show that members of far right organisations such as the English Defence League (EDL) are taking to the streets pretending to be part of community clean-up operations but really targeting black youths chanting ‘England’, ‘England’!
On Thursday, 4 August, 29 year-old Mark Duggan was shot dead by police as they attempted to arrest him in Tottenham whilst he was in a minicab. Following a peaceful demonstration by his family violence erupted as youths torched buildings … Continue reading
Research by anti-racism charity Show Racism the Red Card revealed that racism is rife in English schools with 83 percent of teachers questioned saying that they had witnessed racist comments, attitudes and behaviour from their students.
Forty years’ worth of race relations material is moving to Brixton. A collection of press cuttings, interview transcripts, pamphlets, posters and reports documenting UK race relations since 1968 will move to the Black Cultural Archives (BCA) in Brixton this month.
Black supermodel Naomi Campbell has accused Cadbury of racism and called for black people to boycott the company’s products after they used her name to promote their new chocolate and compared her to it.
A British based psychologist has caused outrage after posting comments on a study which suggests that black women are less attractive than whites, Asians or Native Americans, and has reignited the debate about race ideology in science.