Resource type: Report
In July 2020, we hosted a four-part mini-series of interactive webinars on Black Lives Matter, this report being the culmination of those conversations. The webinars addressed pressing issues of race and justice in the UK, focusing on implications for policing, education, the culture sector and wider society.
This short report offers a summary of those conversations. It highlights the key themes of discussion and contributions from our guest panellists.
This project draws on several of our recent projects, including our cross-sector, intergenerational work on Race in Britain: Inequality, Identity, Belonging, Difficult Histories & Positive Identities, Resilient Communities, and our ongoing work on policing and criminal justice matters.
The report is written by former Cumberland Lodge Fellow Dr Angelika Love, a social psychologist and social integration researcher and presenter of the social integration podcast Angelika Love’s Conversations.
Download a digital copy of the Black Lives Matter Cumberland Lodge Report below.
Watch recordings from our ‘Black Lives Matter’ webinar mini-series on our Resources page.