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Universities ‘must take action’ on anti-Black racism


Institutions told to improve anti-racism efforts or face loss of Black students

Universities must improve their anti-racism work or there “may come a time where Black people coordinate to boycott particular universities”, a consultancy has warned.

In a report on UK universities’ response to the Black Lives Matter movement, higher education consultancy Halpin revealed that just 26 per cent of those surveyed felt their university’s response was “appropriate or sufficient”.

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