Race Matters

Category : Intersectionality

Where are all the BME councillors?

15 Jun, 2017 by Lester Holloway

There are more than 50 MPs with black and ethnic minority backgrounds following last week's election - more than ever before. Ho ...

Rethinking austerity is overdue: it has hit women & ethnic minorities hardest

13 Jun, 2017 by Runnymede

Press Release: for immediate release Rethinking austerity overdue. It is a burning injustice that has hit women and ethnic ...

History, patience and frustration: A review of I Am Not Your Negro

11 Apr, 2017 by admin

Runnymede Policy Officer Kimberly McIntosh reviews the Oscar-nominated documentary based on unfinished work by celebrated writer ...

'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 ...

Black female professors in the UK

08 Mar, 2017 by admin

Picture: Donna Chambers, Professor of Tourism at Sunderland UniversityMost higher educations institutions in the UK do not emplo ...

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 ...

Who will protect black women's interests when their organisations are gone?

13 Nov, 2016 by admin

Vivienne Hayes MBE is CEO of the Women's Resource Centre, the umbrella organisation for the UK women's sector. He ...

Islamophobia - 20 years on, still a challenge for us all

13 Apr, 2016 by Lester Holloway

In the context of Channel 4’s programme ‘What Do Muslims Really Think’, Runnymede’s Director, Dr Om ...