This think pieceÂ explores the presentation of mixed-race identity in the sphere of arts and culture in the UK.
The piece examines some of the assumptions that surround mixed identity, and places them in a historical, political and policy context.
Taking contributions from practitioners in the arts, many of whom have engaged this issue directly, the report lays out the three key topics that arise from reflection on the debates:
Dr. Caballero frames her argument under the subheadings of Recognition of Experience; Negotiation of Complexity; and Politics of Ownership.Â
The debates identified by this think piece (and hopefully the ones sparked by it) are highly important to our understanding of racial dynamics in British society today.