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Transracial Adoption: What’s the problem?*

When Transracial Adoption Fails – Paul Girard Egbers-Kane writes about his experience of being adopted transracially. I won’t sugar-coat it, most transracial adoptees claim their adoption was the best thing that happened to them; they were well loved and cared for and they have no interest in finding their birth family. Then there are TRAs …

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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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“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…..

Your views – a call for participants

Your views – a call for mixed race people and families. Our mixed race community has experiences of racism in terms of community and public services ie police, education, housing, health and employment in the UK that give valuable insights

Influencing Delivery of Public Services

‘One of our main objectives is to influence and improve ways in which public services such as education, health, social care  and criminal justice are delivered to the mixed race population though discussion and debate, research, campaigns and the arts’