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Resources now available on the Race Equality Charter website

As part of recent developments made to the University’s Race Equality Charter website, a range of resources has been added – covering various aspects of race, racism and becoming anti-racist.

These can be found in the form of videos, book recommendations, articles, blogs, and experiences of minority ethnic staff and students in the UK.

Examples include Robin DiAngelo’s Why “I’m not a racist” is only half the story and Why I’m No Longer Talking To White People About Race by Reni Eddo-Lodge.

Resources addressing racial inequalities specific to higher education are also available.

The list can be viewed here.

As the Vice-Chancellor said in his statement earlier this month, this is an endeavour that we must all support, being proactive in standing against racism and championing the values of equality, diversity and plurality.

The University signed up as a member of the Race Equality Charter in 2018. By doing so, the institution aims to improve the representation, progression and success of all minority ethnic staff and students and address issues of racism. You can find out more by visiting the website.