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Multi-racist Britain

Multi-racist Britain

Bains, Harwant S; Cohen, Philip

The contributors to this volume draw on their own research and involvement in the anti-racist movement to bring out the implications for future practice. It includes debates on multicultural education and anti-racist youth work, as well as an interview with Trevor Griffiths on "Oi for England"

Paperback, Hardback, Book. English.
Published Basingstoke: Macmillan Education, 1988
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Details

Statement of responsibility: edited by Philip Cohen and Harwant S. Bains
ISBN: 0333332490, 0333332504, 9780333332498, 9780333332504
Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note: CIP rev.
Physical Description: vi,262p : 1ill ; 23cm.
Series: Youth questions.
Subject: Great Britain; Racism Great Britain.; Race Relations

Contents

  1. Part 1 Problematics: the perversions of inheritance, P.Cohen. Part 2 Policies: two-tone Britain, P.Gilroy and E.Lawrence
  2. institutionalized racism, J.Solomos. Part 3 Practices: race, gender and power, P.Parmar
  3. the journey back, T.Mukherjee
  4. the Southall youth movement, H.Bains
  5. no heat loss, A.Wong
  6. oi for England?, T.Griffiths.