Racism and Racial Justice
The Archive of Racial Justice Magazine and its Predecesor Evangelicak Race Relations Group.
The Institute of Race Relations is at the cutting edge of the research and analysis that informs the struggle for racial justice in Britain, Europe and internationally.
addressing the legacy
of colonial slavery and
CTBI’s revamped Racial Justice web section, which will enable Christians to engage with issues of justice, equality, dignity and respect in the church and society. Including materials for Racial Justice Sunday
The Racial Justice Network (RJN) brings together over thirty organisations and individuals from across the West Yorkshire region to proactively promote racial justice.
CARJ works to support people from diverse backgrounds
We work for the support and empowerment of black and minority ethnic Catholics and to give them an effective voice in the Church and in the wider society.
We support people from diverse backgrounds in the struggle for a more just and cohesive society.
Greg Smith provides a sociological and theological reflection on populist nationalism, religious prejudice, xenophobia and racism in the contemporary context of the United Kingdom and especially England, with comparisons with the USA and Europe. Drawing on new empirical research on religion and Brexit voting trends, along with decades of activism in the church, Greg considers how we can better respond to the challenges of xenophobic and racist social attitudes.