2018-12-05 08:13:16 UTC
Yesterday I posted "Let's be honest about what's driving Brexit:
And now there's this from a new major study that shows "...the extent
of racial bias faced by minority ethnic citizens."
"The extent of racial bias faced by black, Asian and minority ethnic
citizens in 21st-century Britain has been laid bare in an
unprecedented study showing a gulf in how people of different
ethnicities are treated in their daily lives.
"The Guardians Afua Hirsch and Anushka Asthana discuss how growing up
in a majority white society felt to them and whether attitudes have
significantly changed since the 1980s. And they look at the findings
from our Bias in Britain survey that has uncovered shocking
statistics: 43% of ethnic minorities say they have been unfairly
overlooked for a promotion at work and 38% say they have been treated
as a potential shoplifter, when they have not done anything wrong.
"Plus author and academic Kehinde Andrews asks whether we are right to
memorialise British colonial figures such as Cecil Rhodes with
I suggest that those who doubt the racism endemic across this country
read the study here:
They can play at pretending to be ostriches if they wish, but the
facts are clear for anyone to see who believes in recognising the