The US political elite gives the working class precious few options, argues JAMES THOMPSON
Saturday 24th Dec 2016
posted by Morning Star in Features
The Casey report into extremism is a barrier to opportunity and integration, says PAUL SCARROTT
The stories of black resistance to racism are legion. We have always resisted – and trade unions are the key, says ROGER McKENZIE
Whipping up Islamophobia in response to terror incidents like that in Berlin feeds a narrative of division, writes SABBY DHALU
With Brexit and the election of Trump, racists feel emboldened to sow hate in our communities – but we must not despair, we must resist, says ZITA HOLBOURNE
Grunwick: The Workers’ Storyby Jack Dromeyand Graham Taylor(Lawrence & Wishart, £12)
THIS book, published to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Grunwick strike, is the second...
posted by Morning Star in Arts
A SENIOR Anglican priest suggested yesterday that the Church of England was institutionally racist and did not respect its ethnic minority membership.
Reverend Rose Hudson-Wilkin, chaplain to Commons Speaker John Bercow, said ethnic minorities were “visible yet invisible”...
Thursday 22nd Dec 2016
posted by Morning Star in Britain
Newcastle midfielder Jonjo Shelvey was banned for five games and fined £100,000 yesterday after a charge of using racially aggravated language against an opponent was found proven.
An Independent Regulatory Commission found against Shelvey, who had denied an FA charge of...
Wednesday 21st Dec 2016
posted by Morning Star in Sport
We mustn’t let those who seek to divide us win, writes RICK EVANS
Monday 19th Dec 2016
Voter suppression is a far more pertinent threat to US democracy than the supposed Russian hacks, writes REV JESSE JACKSON
Saturday 17th Dec 2016