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Race workshops exacerbate the problem they seek to eliminate

Compulsory sessions are just an excuse for inaction, writes Sandra Xu

The freshers’ ‘slave auction’ wasn’t just ill-judged banter. It goes deeper

Saying "they can't take a joke" suggests that slavery can be a joke

Don’t separate black history from British shame

Naomi Packer argues that Black History Month should serve as a reminder of Britain's sordid past

May’s racial disparity audit is a token gesture of little substance

The government's audit does little more than affirm what we already know about racial inequality in the UK, writes Michael O'Connor

Oxford’s first black graduate celebrated – but how much still needs to change?

A plaque was unveiled at University College for Christian Cole, Oxford's first black graduate, who matriculated in 1873 to read Classics

Taking a knee is the best way to take a stand

Ana Larasati argues that the #TakeAKnee protests, while controversial, are a testament to the patriotism of dissent

Sarah Champion’s resignation is a testament to the dangers of political correctness

Jordan Bernstein argues that those highlighting uncomfortable truths unfairly risk losing their jobs

Dove’s body love lie

Daisy Chandley takes a stand against Dove's questionable new advertising campaign

“Make space for us as we are”

New campaign against institutional racism wins funding from seven JCRs—and a Vogue photoshoot

Rhodes Must Fall hits back at new Oxford global history course

The campaign group have derided reports of a new non-European history paper, attacking the University’s continued “narrow and Eurocentric worldview”

C+ Investigation: Race at Oxford

C+ investigates the continued relevance of race and ethnicity to issues of access, fairness and human rights

Applicants of colour still less likely to receive an Oxford offer

Just 45 black applicants were offered a place at Oxford University in 2016

Profile: Randall Kennedy

Daniel Kodsi talks to Harvard Law School professor Randall Kennedy about racial optimism, solidarity, and justice

The two parts of a poet’s whole

Emily Beswick explores the duality of the self in Sarah Howe’s collection of poems, Loop of Jade

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