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Require All Police Officers to Take Anti-Racism Education

Improve Maternal Mortality Rates & Health Care for Black Women

Black women in the U.K. are 5 times more likely to die during pregnancy and after childbirth compared to White women (MBRRACE, 2019). We need more research done into why this is happening and recommendations to improve health care for Black women as urgent action is needed to address this disparity.

BAME and especially Black people are more likely to be stopped, searched, & arrested, than White people. To be non-racist is not enough. All UK citizens should be and continue to learn how to be actively non-racist & especially those in power, such as police officers.

Much like the existing mandatory requirement for employers with 250 or more employees must publish their gender pay gap. We call upon the government to introduce the ethnicity pay gap reporting. To shine a light on race/ethnicity based inequality in the workplace so that they can be addressed.

Introduce Mandatory Ethnicity Pay Gap Reporting

Teach Britain's Colonial Past as part of the UK's Compulsory Curriculum

Currently, it is not compulsory for primary or secondary school students to be educated on Britain's role in colonisation, or the transatlantic slave trade. We petition the government to make education on topics such as these compulsory, with the ultimate aim of a far more inclusive curriculum.

 

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YOUR POLITICIANS

Research Their Record

Next, figure out where your representatives stand on the anti-racist issues that matter to you most. Are they in support of defunding police forces? What do they think about removing racist statues and street names? Organise your thoughts and make a plan of action for what issues you'll raise with them.

In order to enable lasting change in the fight for racial equality, it's important to engage our elected officials. Start by clicking the link below to find out who represents you.

Find Your Politicians

Contact Them

Once you've chosen what to say, let's figure out how to say it! If you're comfortable, give them a call and leave a message with a staffer. Another way to reach them is via email or mailing a letter. See below for a template you can download to get you started.

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You did it, you participated in the political process! Why not take it a step further? There are thousands of incarcerated individuals in need of hope and friendship. Follow the link below to find out how you can become pen pals with someone in the criminal justice system. 

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