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You or your child’s nursery/school/college notice that you child is not progressing, or is having a significantly greater difficulty in learning than other children of the same age.

Police (RH) Resources Hub June 20, 2021 BTP six times more likely to use force on Black people

The charity Inquest said: “Despite recent public concern around dangerous and disproportionate use of force, particularly against black people, this data shows not enough is being done by British Transport police to prevent it.

Miscellaneous (RH) Resources Hub June 19, 2021 NOTTING HILL CARNIVAL CANCELLED

BUT there will still be Queens Tennis, Wimbledon Tennis, Royal Ascot is going on now and the Wireless Festival will go ahead. Who is being penalised and why?

Law (RH) Resources Hub June 17, 2021 Justice minister Lord Wolfson QC derides barristers’ chambers for changing its name over slave trade links

The firm was named after the Earl of Hardwicke, a 18th century Lord Chancellor whose legal opinion was used by slave owners to provide legal advice to justify slavery.

Police (RH) Resources Hub June 17, 2021 Robyn Williams: Sacked Met officer wins appeal against dismissal

Compare and contrast the Metropolitan Police’s treatment of officers Pc Deniz Jaffer and Pc Jamie Lewis who remain in their jobs after taking selfies with the bodies of sisters Bibaa Henry and Nicole Smallman. See the end of this article for the link.

Miscellaneous (RH) Resources Hub April 17, 2021 MISSINGBLACKPEOPLE.COM

Help us find missing Black people worldwide and bring families and communities back together.

Politics (RH) Resources Hub March 15, 2021 Vaccine hesitancy among ethnic minorities is due to ‘attitudes in countries they come from,’ says equalities minister

For many immigrant groups, lack of trust in authority is something they actually bring from the countries they come from,” the minister said.

Miscellaneous (RH) Resources Hub March 12, 2021 Down With the British Monarchy

What is a monarchy if not the highest veneration of inequality?

Miscellaneous (RH) Resources Hub March 12, 2021 ‘There Is, in Britain, a Very Big Silence Around Race’

Meghan’s account of racism in the royal family, delivered last week from a wicker chair outside a California mansion, did more than open new wounds at Buckingham Palace. It also called into question whether the family and, indeed, the country were as embracing of Black people as her 2018 wedding had signaled they could be.

Image credit: Alisdare Hickson from Canterbury, United Kingdom, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

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