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Mixed race: the future of identity politics in Britain

A discussion on identity and multiculturalism in Britain


What will the rise in mixed race families mean for the UK - from patterns of racism to diversity in the workplace? The discussion panel includes Sarfraz Manzoor, author, journalist, documentary maker and broadcaster, who is a regular contributor to The Guardian, presenter of documentaries on BBC Radio 4 and a cultural commentator; Chamion Caballero, senior research fellow in the Families & Social Capital Group, situated in the Weeks Centre for Social and Policy Research at London South Bank University; Nathaniel Coleman, a research associate in the Philosopy of 'Race' at University College London; and Dinah Morley, a committee member of the organisation People in Harmony and co-author of a study on the challenges facing mixed race children. The discussion will be chaired by journalist Yasmin Alibhai-Brown.


Speaker(s):

Professor Yasmin Alibhai-Brown | talks | www
Sarfraz Manzoor | talks | www
Dinah Morley | talks
Nathaniel Coleman | talks
Chamion Caballero | talks

 

Date and Time:

25 October 2014 at 11:30 am

Duration:

1 hour 30 minutes

 

Venue:

The Faculty of Law
10 West Rd
Cambridge
CB3 9DZ


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Organised by:

Cambridge Festival of Ideas
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Tickets:

Free

Available from:

Pre-book online at www.festivalofideas.cam.ac.uk or by calling 01223 766766
Booking opens 22 September

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