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Growing up Mixed Race in the UK

‘In school I was always this bridge between ‘real Black people’ and white people‘ Ngaio Anyia is a musician, writer, inclusion consultant and force of nature. One of the people behind the Black Lives Matters march in Bristol, she has spent her life campaigning for inclusion. ‘As a mixed race person I didn’t know where …

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MIXED-RACE PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR STUDY

MIXED-RACE PARTICIPANTS NEEDED FOR STUDY Hey! My name is Sara and I am a final year Psychology with Sociology student at Edinburgh Napier who needs participants for my study. I am looking into what affects racial identity in mixed-race individuals. This is something that I am personally interested in due to being mixed-race myself and …

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“Breaking Stereotypes With Data” PIH Research Report

A report on Mixed Race Children and Families in the UK published by People in Harmony was launched at Bristol, Manchester and London.  “Breaking Stereotypes with Data” provides new insights into the pervasive nature of lingering stereotypes. Buy now £8.00 + £2.00 p&p…..

Annual AGM/Seminar

Join us in our Virtual Discussion of  ‘Mixing Up the Curriculum’ Saturday 14th November 2020TIME: 2-4pm (this includes the AGM)ZOOM EVENT Book Now – Contact Us info@pih.org.Or… Book on EVENTBRITE PIH AGM/EVENT 20About this Event We’re looking forward to members and supporters from around the UK being able to join our Annual Event held online for …

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10 things we learned from Bernardine Evaristo’s Desert Island Discs

In 2019 Bernardine Evaristo won the Booker Prize with her eighth novel Girl, Woman, Other and is the first black British author to receive the trophy. Barack Obama named Girl, Woman, Other as one of his favourite reads of that year. She is also a critically acclaimed playwright and poet as well as a co-founder …

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