‘That, Friends, was how I realised that I’m an unconscious racist.’
The government’s recent race report has been widely condemned. It seems to have been written with the conscious intention of inhibiting any further work on racism in Britain. One response that particularly made me think was from Wendy Williams, author of the independent review into the Windrush scandal: ‘There seems to be a misconception that racism is confined to decisions made with racist motivations ... This is a misunderstanding of both the law and racism generally.’
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