How have legislative issues been addressed to remedy racial inequalities and what has been the impact on law, policing, socioeconomic inequalities, media, politics and education?
Kalwant Bhopal (@KalwantBhopal) is a Professor of Education and Social Justice at the University of Birmingham.
David Lammy (@DavidLammy) is the Labour Party politician MP for Tottenham.
Clive James Nwonka (@CJNwonka) is Fellow in Film Studies in the Department of Sociology, LSE.
Faiza Shaheen (@faizashaheen) is Director of the Centre for Labour and Social Studies.
Coretta Phillips is Associate Professor in LSE Department of Social Policy.
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