Ethnicity and Race in the UK examines the state of racial inequality in a wide range of areas in post-Brexit Britain, including employment, health care, education, criminal justice, housing, and representation in the arts and media. Written to coincide with the fiftieth anniversary of the UK Race Relations Act of 1968 as well as the founding of the famed racial equality think tank the Runnymede Trust, this book explores the progress that's been in the intervening years and the areas where inequalities remain stubbornly resistant to change.
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Table of Contents
The demography of ethnic minorities in Britain
Citizen rights and immigration
Minority ethnic groups, policing and the criminal justice system in Britain
Ethnic inequalities in the state education system in England
Ethnic minorities in the labour market in Britain
Ethnic minorities and housing in Britain
Arts, media and ethnic inequalities
Politics and representation
Racisms in contemporary Britain