CLIP: Race Relations Act of 1968, UK

February 11, 2021

The debate over the powers available to enforce the Race Relations Act: are the powers strong enough and if not, how can it possibly work?

The footage is from ’24 Hours’ and ‘BBC News’, 9 April 1968 and ‘UK Confidential’, 1 January 1999.

Release date: 

15 August 2012

Duration: 

2 minutes

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