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The Real McCoy

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The achievements of African American inventor Elijah McCoy should be more widely known, not least because his name is the origin of the saying, 'The real McCoy'.

An American Tragedy

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The election of Donald Trump to the Presidency is nothing less than a tragedy for the American republic, a tragedy for the Constitution, and a triumph for the forces, at home and abroad, of nativism, authoritarianism, misogyny, and racism. Trump’s shocking victory, his ascension to the Presidency, is a sickening event in the history of the United States and liberal democracy.

Trump wins as America votes to hate

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Much like the Brexit vote in the UK, the majority of Americans voted for a man whose campaign was predicated against the other: Muslims, Mexicans, liberals, and the establishment. Trump didn’t need to put himself against African Americans; the American system already does that.

Prince rails against racism towards girlfriend

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The Sky News presenter Afua Hirsch wrote a piece in the Guardian last week highlighting the not so subtle negative racial reporting of Prince Harry’s new girlfriend Meghan Markhle.

Trump V Clinton: Will the US come to its senses?

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If you haven’t watched the Netflix masterpiece documentary, ‘The Thirteenth’, then you should, even if it means taking out a Netflix trial period then cancelling it.

This is one of those documentaries that historically, and precisely documents how a powerful nation can teach its populous not only to hate and fear another ethnic group but to put in place the full weight of the State to ensure a self fulfilling prophecy occurs; "they deserve to be hated."

Black Executive Masterclass: McKinsey style

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Having been invited to attend the first Black Executive Masterclass by the world renowned McKinsey & Company, was an honour in itself, not least because the class they have brought together was of the very highest order, including; Arlene Issacs-Lowe Managing Director of Moody’s investor service, Trevor James - tax lawyer and partner of Morrison and Foerster’s, and Adrian Joseph, who until recently was one of the most senior executives at Google.

Cleveland police: PC Saddique wins racist claim

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PC Nadeem Saddique has won a long running battle against a group of racist colleagues in the Cleveland police force who sought to make his life a misery with extreme levels of racial abuse and campaign to undermine his work.

At the time Saddique was a prominent officer who guarded Tony Blair and members of the royal family. He has finally won his case and has been awarded a payout of £457,000 for this campaign of racial hatred towards him.

That campaign included fellow officers trying to get him thrown out of the firearms team labelling him.

Gina Miller: A powerful Black woman taking on the Gov

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During the EU Referendum Brexiters vociferously claimed that the argument to leave the EU was as much about UK sovereignty as it was about immigration.

Ministry of Justice V Judge D Peter Herbert

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An attempt by the Ministry of Justice to silence the radical voices of black and ethnic minority judges who have spoken out against Judicial racism, reaches a crisis point this week.

Judge D Peter Herbert O.B.E., one of Britain's senior black judges is, this Thursday set to face a disciplinary panel convened by the Judicial Conduct Investigation Office (JCIO) for an alleged offence so minor that it defies belief.

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