Addressing cultural diversity, addressing racism
Kwame Owusu-Bempah and Dennis Howitt with their practical recommendations.
All social institutions, the BPS just as much as government, need to accept and deal with the complexity of modern populations. This includes much more than ‘race’: the needs of the powerless must be understood as a step towards divesting institutions of their histories of support for imperialism and exploitation. This provides the foundation stone for our ‘action plan’: 1. Issues of race should be considered in relation to culture and ethnicity, gender, age, class and religion, with which they share a great deal.
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