'Racism it's part of my everyday life': Black and minority ethnic pupils' experiences in a predominantly white school

Vini Lander, Claire Alexander (Editor), Debbie Weekes-Bernard (Editor), Jason Arday (Editor)

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Abstract

The words in the title were spoken by a Black female student in a predominantly White school in southern England. This article is based on a school-initiated enquiry which I was invited to undertake by the headteacher who was shocked by the number of racist incidents in the school within a three-month period. Researchers (Gillborn, 2005; Mirza, 2005) have reported that in the last thirty years the gains made in education related to ethnic diversity in our society appear to have been lost and old-fashioned racism has appeared again.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherRunnymede Trust
ISBN (Print)978-1-909546-10-3
Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 31 Aug 2015

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