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The NUJ has signed an open letter to Boris Johnson rejecting the the report from the Commission on Racial and Ethnic Disparities.
The BBC reporter was subjected to abuse while preparing for a live broadcast; a man has since pleaded guilty.
Lessons we can learn from the Meghan Markle race debate.
Building solidarity in workplaces and communities.
"No journalist simply doing their job should be subjected to such harassment and hate-filled comments," said Michelle Stanistreet.
This year's lecture is on Black Women’s Digital Media and Activist Experiences in Britain.
Women in the Workplace is the largest comprehensive study of the state of women in corporate America.
Media reporting showed the youth, who defiantly marched on the streets of Britain in protest at the murder by US police of unarmed Black man George Floyd, were the heart and soul of the massive Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement this summer.
The Black Members' Council salutes the intrepid Caribbean pioneers who are celebrated on this Windrush day, the 72nd anniversary of their arrival in Britain.
The NUJ salutes the dignity of the family of George Floyd and extend condolences as they mourn his loss in such barbaric circumstances.