by Sofia Lotto Persioin east London
Altab Ali Park is named after a Bangladeshi textile worker brutally murdered by three teenagers in 1978. By that time, the Jewish community, the target of the racist hatred in 1936, had diminished and people from other...
Monday 10th Oct 2016
posted by Morning Star in Britain
New shadow home secretary faces ‘misogynoir’ attacks on social media
Saturday 8th Oct 2016
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
RACIAL inequalities in the labour market, education, health and justice will take centre stage at the Scottish TUC black workers’ conference this weekend.
The theme of this year’s annual conference in Falkirk will be “Is Scotland Fairer for Black Workers?” and...
Friday 7th Oct 2016
A CONTESTANT on popular TV show The Great British Bake Off revealed yesterday that he was racially abused on Twitter for taking part in the programme.
Rav Bansal tweeted: “So today I was asked ‘are you the paki on the not-so-British bake off?’ Really, in...
Saturday 3rd Sep 2016
The left has nothing to gain by making concessions to right-wing populism, writes SABBY DHALU
Thursday 18th Aug 2016
posted by Morning Star in Features
INEQUALITY faced by British Muslims needs to be tackled by the government as a top priority to “prevent a lost generation of squandered talent,” MPs have demanded.
Muslims experience the highest levels of unemployment out of all religious and ethnic groups, with 12.8 per...
Thursday 11th Aug 2016
KADEEM SIMMONDS looks at the signing of Pogba, Klopp’s reason for not speaking to the Sun and Westfield shopping centre taking a Thatcher-like stance on fans
Wednesday 10th Aug 2016
posted by Kadeem Simmonds in Sport
EMPLOYERS should have a zero-tolerance policy on racism in the workplace following an increase in abuse since the European Union referendum, the TUC urged yesterday.
Firms were pressed to have a system in place so workers could report discrimination or abuse.
The TUC said...
Monday 8th Aug 2016
RAMZY BAROUD is disturbed by the former US president’s racist and divisive language towards Muslims
Wednesday 3rd Aug 2016
GRANVILLE WILLIAMS looks back to a time when TV took creative risks in tackling issues of racism, homelessness and unemployment affecting ordinary people
posted by Morning Star in Arts