Movement Building

Reframing Racism

Written by:
Runnymede Trust, Trades Union Congress, Joseph Rowntree Foundation
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Race and racism are difficult to talk about. Those working to combat racism struggle to shift the belief that it is an issue of the past. This presents a major challenge to practitioners trying to build support for policy change. This briefing compares Joseph Rowntree Foundation analysis on ethnicity, inequality and poverty to how the public understand it. It looks at how unions can use values and current ways of thinking on race to better bridge the gap between expert analysis and conventional wisdom.

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