Ways to Change the World – a new Channel 4 News podcast – Reni Eddo-Lodge
When I present Channel 4 News, in-depth analysis and great journalism come together to explain the events of the day. But this new podcast wants to help you go much deeper and discuss answers, not just problems. Each week, I’ll speak to one guest, at length, who will hopefully have some answers – without having to…
Marcus Gayle: ‘Remnants of that [racist] culture around to this day’
Will football coaching at the top of the English professional game become the next focus of a Me Too campaign surrounding racism allegations? Later this month former England star Peter Beardsley will hear if he has has lost his job as a Newcastle coach. He strongly denies charges of racism and bullying made against him.…
FactCheck: Labour and antisemitism
The Labour party finds itself in the middle of a row over antisemitism – in the week when the party will change rules to explicitly forbid antisemitism. FactCheck investigates.
How many Americans think racism is not a problem in the US today? Four graphs that explore race in America.
Race relations are always a significant issue in American public life. FactCheck looks at how perceptions of racism have changed.
Disparity in sentencing creating resentment
The court system punishes ethnic minority defendants more than white suspects. It’s a bold claim, and one made in a review commissioned by the Prime Minister and led by the Labour MP David Lammy.
FactCheck: have we kicked racism out of football?
Chelsea fans have been filmed abusing a black man on the Paris Metro. An isolated incident – or proof that racism is still alive and well in English football?
FactCheck: is there a Jewish exodus from France?
Are French Jews really leaving the country in droves in the wake of the violence that rocked the country last week?
FactCheck: how many black Americans are killed by the police?
Ferguson was ablaze last night after it emerged that a policeman who shot dead a black teenager will not be charged. Is Michael Brown’s killing an isolated case?