Race Matters

Category : Identity

'I breathed a sigh of relief': Runnymede staff review Moonlight

17 Mar, 2017 by admin

Following its success at the Academy Awards, Runnymede staff give their take on Moonlight, a coming of age drama exploring ...

The criminalisation of black America resonates in the UK: A review of 13th

03 Mar, 2017 by admin

Runnymede's policy officer Kimberly McIntosh illustrates how Ava DuVernay’s documentary on mass incarceration in ...

Politics, power and racism: what we can learn from Diane Abbott's testimony

23 Feb, 2017 by admin

In the wake of Shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott speaking publicly about the racist and sexist abuse that followed her mis ...

Quiet, modest, exceptional: a review of the film Loving

01 Feb, 2017 by admin

Mixed race couples are all but unremarkable in contemporary storytelling, but it wasn't all that long ago that they were il ...

More questions than answers in Chuka Umunna-led integration report

12 Jan, 2017 by admin

Runnymede's new Policy Officer Kimberly McIntosh dissects the latest report on integration - this one released by cross party MP ...

Academic, Policy & Public: Research into Definitions of Integration

20 Dec, 2016 by admin

Dr Laurence Lessard-Phillips, who was a speaker at our Redefining Integration event is an academic specialising in integration a ...

Back to the Future? Brexit, Trump and the Post-racial

19 Dec, 2016 by admin

Sociologist Dr Katy Sian gives the lie to the notion that recent political developments have led to a re-emergence of ...

Teaching Migration Past to Deal with Migration Present?

01 Dec, 2016 by admin

As net migration figures are released, it’s likely that we can expect another slew of threatening headlines across the fro ...

Sam King and the Windrush generation were pioneers, survivors and heroes

18 Jun, 2016 by Lester Holloway

Sam King was a shining light of the Windrush generation. On his passing Lester Holloway reflects on what he stood forA part of b ...