“The UK Is Not Innocent”: Why We Must Acknowledge Institutional Racism In Britain

From Windrush to Stephen Lawrence, modern-day Britain is stained with examples of systemic oppression and violence. As George Floyd’s murder has ignited the fires of protest across the pond, it’s time we took a look at our country’s own sins




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Andrea Carlo

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23-y/o Britalian, Oxford grad, published poet & singer/songwriter. Feminist, progressive & unafraid to share my views | Bylines: Indy, TIME, HuffPo, The Times

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