Dame Elizabeth Nneka Anionwu

Conversation with mixed race nurse, health care activist, published author – Dame Elizabeth Nneka Anionwu. BLAKPAK SUCCESS SECRETS – Saturday 29 May 2021 19:30 – 21:00 BST About this event Some stories are hard to believe. She was troubled by eczema but scrubbed her face and arms over and over with carbolic soap – not …

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Mixed Race Voices & Narratives

Join our monthly CHAT ZOOM with exciting narratives and discussions 1st June 2021. Time: 07:00 – 08:30pm Venue: Online An Introduction to the evening by Dr Michelle Balach-Ali is at 7:00pm followed by Discussion with PIH MEMBERS OPEN FORUMThis is specifically open to MEMBERS subscribing to PIH, new and current!Bring your thoughts and ideas to …

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Research: A Call for Participants

RESEARCH: A Call for MIXED-RACE Females to Participate. Hello, my name is Stephanie Richards. I am currently studying a Masters degree in Race, Education and Decolonial Thought at Leeds Beckett University. I am looking for candidates that are interested in participating in my research. My research topic area is Colourism and the exclusion of Black …

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Black & Mixed Race Children’s School Experiences

The Experiences and Achievements of Black & Mixed Race Pupils. Ethnicity Facts and Figures: Education Attainment 8 – GOV.UK April 2021 Ethnicity the Facts: GCSE English and Maths Results – GOV.UK April 2021 Ethnicity the Facts: Students achieving 3 A grades or better – GOV.UK April 2021 Exclusion rates reported for Mixed Race White and …

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Being Mixed Race

A People in Harmony Seminar, London UK. This annual event by the UK Mixed Race Charity, People in Harmony, was held at Bethnal Green, London in the Autumn of 2015. “Being Mixed Race: Stories & Experiences from Mixed Race People and Families” was the theme for the day with attendees meeting up from around the …

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Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities: The Report

Does the The Report deliver what it was set up to do? Northern Notes – “What is the Race Disparity Unity’s 2021 Race report really aimed at?”“It lacks accuracy. coherence, credibility, it is disarming and designed to attract attention away from attempts to deal with racial disparities and racism collectively.” Dr. Ipek Demir. Associate Professor …

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Growing up Mixed Race in England

Mixed Race Matters: Mixed Race people talk about their experiences BBC – Black Lives Matter: Mixed-race people share their stories Mixed-race people are the fastest growing ethnic group, according to the last census. But what’s it like growing up mixed-race in England and what impact has the Black Lives Matter movement had? Parents and young …

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Mixed Race Matters talk in Families

Mixed Women Explain Why Talking About Race With Their Families Matters In an article from UNBOTHERED UK, written by Aliyah Miller, four mixed race women talk about their different experiences and perspectives of being mixed. Sami, 21, appreciates having two cultures in her life. Her father is Jewish and her mother Jamaican. Alamay, 19, has …

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What White People Can Do Next

Livestreamed event with Emma Dabirir by The Guardian Live Join Emma Dabiri, academic, broadcaster and author of Don’t Touch My Hair, as she discusses her new book in this livestreamed event. Date And Time Thu, 1 Apr 2021, 20:00 BST Location Online Event Book Tickets £5.72 – £16.12

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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