Two graduates from The University of Manchester have been celebrating this week as the Government announced it will ask the
Ethnic minority groups are disproportionately affected by covid-19 due to structural racism, a joint UK-US study found. Researchers from the
A protest was held in Manchester last night against police brutality in Nigeria and to honour those killed for protesting
Manchester commemorated a key moment in the history of decolonisation with a series of events around the 75th anniversary of
This month, Oldham Council is looking to celebrate Black History Month with Oldham Libraries, Gallery Oldham and Facebook Live Events.
Thanks to the extensive and detailed archives of incidents provided by a number of police constabularies up and down the country, MM has been able to explore just how ubiquitous racism has become within Greater Manchester’s stadia.
‘Lie low’ GMP urge chief executive of Rochdale’s Ramadhan Foundation after death threats from Tommy Robinson supporters
An anti-Tommy Robinson campaigner has been told to ‘lie low’ by Greater Manchester Police.
Interview: No problem with racism at Manchester United despite FOI findings, says Stretford End Flags head
The head of a popular Manchester United supporter group has hit back at suggestions the club’s fanbase has a problem with racism.
Inanimate objects long forgotten are being given a new lease of life at the Whitworth Museum in Manchester until March 2020 to remember nightspot The Reno in Moss Side – where Bob Marley, Muhammad Ali and Chaka Khan once visited.
‘Different colours make society beautiful’: MM speak to the Salford man who survived Congo massacre… only for racists to graffiti his door and traumatise his son
When Jackson Yamba and his family made their way from Brazzaville in the Republic of Congo for Kinshasa in the Democratic Republic of Congo in 1997, it was the start of a long and eventful journey that would eventually lead him to Salford where in 2019 he was sadly the target of racist abuse on his door.
Fear. Fear of God. Fear of money. Fear of the police. Fear of the future. Fear of the past.