Tomiwa Owolade at Unherd considers the dangerous shortcomings of today’s anti-racists’ obsession with structural racism
With the rise of an ideology that claims to be anti-racist but brooks no dissent, Andrew Sullivan at the New York Intelligencer argues that increasing authoritarianism makes freedom to debate vitally important: “In so far as this movement has made us more aware and cognizant of the darkness of the past, it is a very good […]
It shouldn’t be controversial for academics to affirm a belief in the universality of science, or that indigenous knowledge is not its epistemological equivalent.
Don’t Divide Us hosting UK Premiere of Martin Durkin’s ‘The Great American Race Game’ documentary film on 1 July
The Singh Investigation into alleged discrimination, citing protected characteristics, including Islamaphobia, in the Conservative party reports
Three books on Britain, slavery, empire and racism
In his careful and thorough review of the hasty, partisan and unreasoned criticisms of the Commission for Racial and Ethnic Disparities Report, Damian Counsell, writing in Quillette, concludes: The commissioners’ hope that public clarification might encourage their critics to be more careful and fair-minded is almost certainly forlorn. For a particular kind of anti-racist, there […]
In this issue of Edpsy.org.uk, Educational Psychologists Claire McGuiggan and Peter D’Lima make the case for a stronger commitment to freedom of speech in schools. Their words are especially relevant at a time when some schools are promoting over -zealous policing of books and language: Create a culture within a school or organisation that demonstrates […]
Pamela Paresky’s thoughtful and thought-provoking essay in Sapir Journal considers how, in America, the concept of ‘whiteness’ in critical race theory is implicated in anti-semitism: American Jews have generally looked upon Jewish success in the United States as evidence of the country’s fundamental (if far from fully realized) commitment to the principles of tolerance, fair […]
BLMs ideological take-over of Brighton and Hove City Council is a disaster for democratic accountability and a recipe for division in its schools.