#institutional-racism

UCSF Grand Rounds: Dr. Camara Phyllis Jones on "confronting racism denial, naming racism, and moving to action"
Pushing Covid-19 Grand Rounds to next week, UCSF Chair of Medicine Dr. Bob Wachter welcomed Dr. Camara Phyllis Jones who said Thursday that anti-racism is a "legitimate medical intervention."
Katharine Birbalsingh: New social mobility chief challenges assumptions
By Nick Robinson Presenter, Political Thinking podcast
Police homophobia: the issue Stephen Port jurors couldn't consider
urors were not asked to consider if prejudice, homophobia or discrimination contributed to the deaths of Stephen Port's victims after the Metropolitan police "fought tooth and nail" to keep the hotly disputed issue out of the inquests, despite relatives feeling police had written off their loved ones as "gay druggies".
Stormont 'facilitated institutional racism' through BLM protest crackdown
The Stormont Executive "facilitated institutional racism" through the crackdown on Black Lives Matter protests last year, the Northern Ireland Affairs Committee (NIAC) has heard.
Black entertainer Josephine Baker honoured at France's Pantheon
France is inducting US-born entertainer, anti-Nazi spy and civil rights activist Josephine Baker into the Pantheon - making her the first black woman to receive the nation's highest honour.
Black entertainer Josephine Baker honoured at France's Pantheon
France is inducting US-born entertainer, anti-Nazi spy and civil rights activist Josephine Baker into the Pantheon - making her the first black woman to receive the nation's highest honour.
Howardena Pindell: 'I could have died - that's when I decided to express my opinion in my work'
owardena Pindell's art can seem as if it were made by two separate people.
Head of police action plan on race says she has 'never seen' an officer being racist
The head of a national police action plan on race has said she has never "personally seen" an officer been racist.
Black women in UK four times more likely to die in pregnancy and childbirth
Black women are still four times more likely to die in pregnancy and childbirth than white women, according to new data that has reignited calls to tackle racial inequality in maternal healthcare.
Barbican commits to 'radical transformation' after race allegations
The Barbican centre has committed to "a radical transformation of culture and behaviours" after more than 120 allegations - a third of which related to racism - were investigated by lawyers as part of an external review into its operation.