English racism

Politics (RH) Resources Hub December 14, 2020 Keir Starmer criticised for not challenging “full-blown white supremacism” on national radio

“Because, if anything, the racial inequality is now against the indigenous people of Britain, because we are set to become a minority by 2066,” she said, propagating the ‘Great Replacement’ myth.

Encyclopaedia Africana N December 12, 2020 THE NEW CROSS FIRE: 13 DEAD AND NOTHING SAID

Today,” she says, “if police were investigating a controversial, serious case like this it would take up to two years, or even longer, before an inquest would be called. To me it seems as though the authorities just wanted to hurry things up so the whole issue could be shut away and forgotten about.”

Miscellaneous (RH) Resources Hub November 26, 2020 Girl tells inquest she accidentally pushed Shukri Abdi into deeper water

In the evidence, Child One said of Shukri: “She was holding my legs at the back. I pushed her, I accidentally pushed her to the deep end. I couldn’t swim like that, I pushed her.


What emerged from the articles of the Barbadian Code was, in conclusion, a system of regulation of slavery designed to control the entire workforce, built on the conviction that primitives and barbarian Africans were naturally destined to be slaves because of their inferiority from a cultural and racial point of view.

B Encyclopaedia Africana November 22, 2020 THE BARBADOS SLAVE CODE – An analysis

Legally sanctioned sheer brutality was necessary to maintain a regime where men, women and children were worked to death like beasts of burden.

Miscellaneous (RH) Resources Hub November 19, 2020 SAINSBURY’S CHRISTMAS ADVERT: THE GRAVY SONG

Sainsbury’s have spoken out after their decision to feature a Black family in a Christmas advert was met with racist comments and racist shoppers threatening to boycott the supermarket.

Encyclopaedia Africana I August 26, 2020 ISLAND OF GOREE (SENEGAL)

it was the largest slave-trading centre on the African coast. Today it continues to serve as a reminder of human exploitation and as a sanctuary for reconciliation.

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