First published in 1998 , this book is a compendium of writings in regards to racism in 1990s Britain and the social impact racism have on black communities in Britain in regards to unemployment , working conditions , housing and health. Aiming to create a mode to provide a platform for a discourse on British black experience; by assessing the success and failures of various ant-racist strategies within welfare institutions and services designed to assist.
1. Setting the Context: Race, Class and Social Violence, Chris Jones. 2. Anti-Racist Policies and Practice: The Case of CCETSW’s Paper 30, Laura Penketh. 3. Sharpening the Conceptual Tools: Racial and Ethnic Inequalities in Housing and Policy Intervention. 4. Inequality, Ethnicity and Educational Achievement, Cheryl Gore. 5. The Experiences of Asian Pharmacy Professionals, Karen Hassell. 6. Poverty, Race and Partnership: A Study of the Third European Anti-Poverty Programme in Liverpool, Gideon Ben-Tovim , Manneh Brown, Paul Kyprianou and Barney Rooney. 7. Racism, Immigration Policy and Welfare Policing: The Case of the Asylum and Immigration Act, Dr Dee Cook. 8. One Who Teaches From Experience: Social Action and the Development of Anti-Racist Research and Practice, Jennie Fleming and Rhonda Wattley. 9. Black Community Members as Researchers: Two Projects Compared, Simon Dyson and Mark Harrison. 10. Black and White Women Working Together: Transgressing the Boundaries of Sisterhood, Margaret Ledwith and Paula Asgill. 11. Race, Gender and Class in Child Sexual Abuse Research, Claudia Bernard.