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Making Mixed Race Matter

People in Harmony is a UK mixed race organisation established in 1972 to provide information and support to mixed race people, families and couples. One of our aims is to influence and improve ways that public services such as education, health, social care and criminal justice are delivered through discussion and debate. This is how …

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MIXED UP IN LOVE

Mixed Up in Love is a new report released from dating app Inner Circle, in collaboration with the authors of MIXED UP: Confessions of an Interracial Couple. The report takes a closer look at some of the challenges and themes behind British people’s behaviours when it comes to interracial dating and relationships and reveals half (49%) of Brits still fear …

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Mixed Race and Racism

The Psychological Effects of Racism – Presented by Ivan Ward, April 2021Tavistock & Portman NHS Foundation Trust YouTube Channel In his highly personal presentation from April 2021, Ivan Ward uses his own experience and that of others to show how psychoanalytic theories can help us understand the significant psychological effects of ‘low-level’ everyday racism in …

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Mixed Race & Colourism

I’M A MIXED-RACE GIRL IN A COLOURIST WORLD by Emma Taonga, Mixed-Race Public Health Researcher and Writer “The black experience is not my story to tell. I have my own, there is room at the table for both the black and mixed-race experience.” “They [the media] do not capture the nuance on being a mixed-race …

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‘Making Mixed Race Matter’ June 2013

'Making Mixed Race Matter'  a short term project with events taking place in Bristol 21st & 22nd June. How can mainstream public services be improved for mixed race people, couple and families living in Bristol…

Making Mixed Race Matter

The ‘mixed’ population is now one of the fastest growing. In mid-2009 in England and Wales it was estimated at 986,600, representing a 47% increase since mid-2001. Around 27.8% of this population lived in London and Croydon