By Saqib Deshmukh

The dangers of the ‘us’ and ‘them’ narrative

By Ben Andrew

It's that time of year again. The time when you can hardly leave the house without a wave of christmas songs being blasted at you from every shop and restaurant. And this year Bob Geldof and Bono have thrown their hats into the ring.

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The only strategic organisation representing BME groups in Sheffield tells Eva Nyandoro about their struggle to be heard. Every month we feature one of our V4CE members and ask them what their organisation is doing. 

By Arwa Almari, Coordinator of West Yorkshire Racial Justice Network

Today marks 21 years since the brutal murder of Stephen Lawrence. Within hours of Stephen’s murder, police had the names of five suspects from 26 different sources, yet there were no arrests for two weeks. The horrific circumstance of the murder and the subsequent incompetent inquiry pushed the nation, with its public institutions, to engage in discussions about racism.