Four arrested over online racist abuse of England footballers

19/07/2021 – by asdadminuser

Written by Tobi Thomas Published on 15th July 2021 Bukayo Saka (centre) is comforted after failing to score a penalty against Italy. Photograph: Frank Augstein/AP   Police have arrested four …

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Child safeguarding expert becomes one of UK’s youngest black female professors

19/07/2021 – by asdadminuser

Written by Leah Mahon Published on 14th July 2021 Carlene Firmin is an MBE holder and a pioneer of Contextual Safeguarding. Photograph: Durham University.   A LEADING expert in the …

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Fully funded PhD for Black heritage student to make gaming industry more inclusive

13/07/2021 – by asdadminuser

Published on The Voice Newspaper on 9th July 2021 Photo Credit: Getty Images   The University of Bristol and the Bafta-winning game developer Supermassive Games are offering a fully funded …

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Neurologist James Samuel Risien Russell receives English Heritage London blue plaque

13/07/2021 – by asdadminuser

Written by Leah Mahon Published on 8th July 2021 Born in British Guyana, Russell was one of the UK’s first black or mixed-race consultants. Picture: English Heritage.   ONE OF …

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Swimmer Alice Dearing To Become First Black Woman To Represent Great Britain In Olympics

07/07/2021 – by asdadminuser

Written by Ashlee Banks Published on 2nd July 2021   The Olympic Rings logo is pictured in front of the headquarters of the International Olympic Committee / Photo Credit: Fabrice …

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Dalian Atkinson’s family call for justice for others left bereaved ‘at hands of police’ after PC’s conviction of his manslaughter

07/07/2021 – by asdadminuser

Written by Leah Mahon Published on 1st July 2021   Benjamin Monk was convicted of the manslaughter of Dalian Atkinson last week. Picture: by Karen Wright/PA Media.   THE FAMILY …

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74% of children in London prisons awaiting trial are black, LBC investigation finds

07/07/2021 – by asdadminuser

Written by Leah Mahon Published on 1st July 2021 AS MANY as three-quarters of children from London are being held on remand in prison are black, LBC has revealed. Children …

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BME-led Unity Homes marks Windrush Day with public exhibition set to open next month

30/06/2021 – by asdadminuser

Written by Leah Mahon Published on 25th June 2021 Members of BME housing association Unity Homes in Leeds. Picture: Unity Homes.     LEEDS BME (Black and Minority Ethnic) housing …

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Goldsmiths to allow students suffering racial trauma to apply for deadline extensions after union campaigning

23/06/2021 – by asdadminuser

Written by Leah Mahon Published on 18th June 2021 Goldsmiths, University of London is the first higher education institution recognise racial trauma as impacting students’ work. Picture: Tolga AKMEN / …

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