LSE Department of Sociology and Runnymede Trust public debate
Date: Tuesday 26 May 2015
Venue: New Theatre, East Building
Speakers: Liz Fekete, Kiri Kankhwende, Professor James Nazroo, Dr Debbie Weekes-Bernard
This event will consider the ongoing significance of race and class to shaping inequalities in contemporary British life.
Liz Fekete is the Executive Director of the Institute for Race Relations and Head of its European Research Programme.
Kiri Kankhwende is a human rights campaigner and journalist specialising in race, immigration and politics.
James Nazroo is Professor of Sociology and Director of the Centre on Dynamics of Ethnicity.
Debbie Weekes-Bernard is Head of Research at the Runnymede Trust.
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