Omar Khan on ‘The challenge for race equality’

In The challenge for race equality: 50 years on from the Race Relations Act and Selma, Omar Khan argues that ‘If enough people mobilise and if we focus clearly and collectively on a few key issues, we will make it more likely that the third and fourth generations of British-born BME people finally achieve equal opportunities with their white British peers’.

This article was published by JUST West Yorkshire on 25 February 2015.

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