Kemi Badenoch

Encyclopaedia Africana K April 3, 2021 KEMI BADENOCH

“When I saw my British passport, it was like Willy Wonka’s golden ticket. It was amazing, a very special privilege to be a citizen of this country. Many people use citizenship as an international travel document, but to me it was much more than that. I think of this country with affection, feeling, loyalty. Its values make it special.”

Encyclopaedia Africana S March 31, 2021 The Sewell Report (Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities: The Report)

“For some groups historic experience of racism still haunts the present and there was a reluctance to acknowledge that the UK had become open and fairer.” – Tony Sewell

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