It was produced by a commission led by figures who had rejected the concept of institutional racism years before they began work. Arguably it has achieved exactly what the government wanted.
What is your greatest fear?
That the lessons of history have been forgotten and we are sleepwalking towards disaster.
Blind to their own biases and insulated from communities they do not encounter or understand, journalists and editors feel entitled to make judgments about what is and what is not racism. Hence the decision by Ian Murray, executive director of the Society of Editors, to publish a statement that unilaterally exonerated the entire UK press of all charges of racism.
Lewis Hamilton has been named as the most influential Black person in Britain after a year in which he combined record-breaking achievements on the track with raising awareness of racial injustice.
In the 30-minute special from BBC Studios Production, Barack Obama will discuss the first volume of his presidential memoirs, A Promised Land,
Join historian David Olusoga in conversation for his personal perspective on how we memorialise, teach and write about racism, and why black British history matters.
While he stood on a pedestal the significance of slavery to his life and to his collection was rendered invisible.
Marginalising the voices of non-white producers and directors risks inhibiting our industry’s ability to tell a wider range of stories.
I imbibed enough of the background racial tensions of the late 1970s and 1980s to feel profoundly unwelcome in Britain.