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Department of Sociology


By collecting accounts from across the University, we can understand how racism is experienced at Cambridge and advocate for institutional change.

In this event the End Everyday Racism project launched their first report, based on testimonies and eyewitness accounts from over 100 students and staff at the university. The result is a picture of continued everyday racism at the university, highlighting how much still needs to be done to create a supportive environment for black and minority ethnic students, and to create a genuine zero-tolerance approach to racism in Cambridge.

The event was chaired by Dr Monica Moreno Figueroa and Dr Ella McPherson, and co-hosted by the Cambridge SU BME Campaign.

Date: Fri 16 Oct 2020

Time: 1pm-2pm

Download the Report