UK: The Runnymede Race Debate: Do racists have a right to be heard?London’s Olympic summer projected an image of a nation at ease with itself, united in diversity. And yet a slew of incidents in recent months on the football field, twitter and beyond revealed a more sinister picture, belying any easy assumption that we are living in a post-racial age.In light...For more information go to http://ec.europa.eu/ewsi/en/events/details.cfm?ID_ITEMS=32364The RSA, 8 John Adam St, London WC2N 6EZ
UK: The Runnymede Race Debate: Do racists have a right to be heard?
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London’s Olympic summer projected an image of a nation at ease with itself, united in diversity. And yet a slew of incidents in recent months on the football field, twitter and beyond revealed a more sinister picture, belying any easy assumption that we are living in a post-racial age. In light of such developments, we will be asking a panel of high profile public figures – 'do racists have a right to be heard?'
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