New podcast on race and ethnicity in Britain

Surviving Society presents Race & Ethnicity in Britain

Race & Ethnicity in Britain is a new podcast mini-series produced in collaboration between the Centre on Dynamics of Ethnicity (CoDE) and Surviving Society.

In the first episode, host Chantelle Lewis discusses the challenges of communicating research on racism and ethnic inequalities with CoDE directors Bridget Byrne, Claire Alexander and James Nazroo.

Future episodes will be released weekly. Each episode takes a close look at some of the research produced at CoDE, from issues ranging from the debates around statues of slave traders, ethnic inequalities in the cultural industries, racism in Britain today and the differing impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Details of each new episode will be shared the CoDE social media channels. Follow us on X, Facebook, Instagram and linkedin for updates. Or subscribe to the podcast on Spotify, SoundCloud or Apple podcasts.

The Surviving Society podcast is the most popular sociology podcast in the UK. It is produced by Chantelle Lewis and George Ofori-Addo.

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