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End Everyday Racism

This initiative is an independent research project developed by Dr Ella McPherson and Dr Mónica Moreno Figueroa based at the Department of Sociology, University of Cambridge. The project aims to generate, on the one hand, knowledge about how everyday racism works in a higher education institution such as the University of Cambridge. On the other hand, this project is about informing the work of student and staff antiracist activism in the University pushing the agenda for institutional change and test reporting technology for advocacy research.
End Everyday Racism
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