Education

Recent Publications

February 14, 2007

Briefing Paper 2

In defence of multiculturalism

March 1, 2006

HomeBeats: Struggles for Racial Justice (Multi user licence)

HomeBeats is a multimedia journey through time, from Africa, the Caribbean and Asia, to the making of modern Britain. The first cd-rom on racism and the black presence in Britain, it fuses music, graphics, video, text and animation into a stunning voyage of personal and historical discovery for every user.

March 1, 2006

HomeBeats: Struggles for Racial Justice (Single user licence)

HomeBeats is a multimedia journey through time, from Africa, the Caribbean and Asia, to the making of modern Britain. The first cd-rom on racism and the black presence in Britain, it fuses music, graphics, video, text and animation into a stunning voyage of personal and historical discovery for every user.

July 1, 1995

Ireland: new beginnings?

A special issue of Race & Class on the seeds of change within the North of Ireland.

January 1, 1985

How Racism Came to Britain

The third book in a series that explains how racism came to Britain. It is highly readable, serious – yet entertaining – and is especially suitable for young people. It examines the origins of racism in slavery and colonialism and shows how it affects black people in every aspect of their lives in Britain today – in immigration control, employment, housing, education, policing and law enforcement, and the media.

January 1, 1982

Patterns of Racism

The second book in a series that traces the different ways that racism and colonialism have developed in various parts of the world and how and why they took on particular forms. Bringing the story up to the twentieth century, it covers North America, Australia and New Zealand, Southern Africa, Latin America, the West Indies and India.

January 1, 1982

Roots of Racism

The first book in  a series which covers Europe’s early contacts with black people and the factors that fuelled the original drive  for conquest. From the initial dominance of the Spanish and Portuguese, it traces the establishment of a worldwide colonial system and how that in turn fed Europe’s economic development – in particular through the industrial revolution.