Black and minority workers have been 26 times worse hit by the employment crisis sparked by Covid-19 in the last year, according to new research.
Bulletproof star Noel Clarke says the police drama has helped normalise black middle class families on television.
Leslie Odom Jr has explained why he initially turned down the role of singer Sam Cooke in One Night In Miami.
People in ethnic minority groups should be considered clinically extremely vulnerable, experts have said in a paper highlighting how systemic racism is driving health inequalities.
A black man who was shot in the back by a white police officer in the US, triggering several nights of violent protests and leaving him partially paralysed, has said in an interview that he had been prepared to surrender just before the officer opened fire.
A pensioner has been convicted of sending abusive emails to a politician in the wake of the toppling of the statue of slave trader Edward Colston, prosecutors said.
The poorest families have been worst affected by the coronavirus pandemic’s economic fall out and are likely to find it harder to recover as society rebuilds, a new report warns.
The Government has set out sweeping proposals to tackle mental health inequalities including the disproportionate detention of people from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds.
Protesters have gathered outside Cardiff Bay police station to protest after a man died hours after being released from custody.
Non-violent criminals serving time for drug use or possession should be freed and personal use of recreational drugs decriminalised, experts have said, arguing that the war on drugs is fuelling racism.
Men from ethnic minority groups may have experienced worse mental health declines than white men in the UK during the Covid-19 pandemic, research suggests.
A Wisconsin prosecutor says he will not file criminal charges against a white police officer who shot a black man in the back in Kenosha last summer, leaving him paralysed and setting off protests in the city.
A judge has banned the leader of the Proud Boys from the US capital after he was accused of vandalising a Black Lives Matter banner at a historic black church and found with high-capacity firearm magazines when he was arrested.
The UK “cannot duck” challenges of tackling inequalities of health, ethnicity, education and occupation post-coronavirus, a review is warning.
An exam board has said it understands the “concerns” raised by its decision to remove the only black composer from its A-level music syllabus.
A Brentford supporter fined in court on Monday for racially abusing a rival fan in a video was employed by the club last summer despite a previous banning order and suspended prison sentence for football violence.
It is “unacceptable” to simply suggest diversity among the bar may improve in the future, according to a leading barrister, who argues it needs to be addressed “sooner rather than later”.
Former umpire Ismail Dawood hopes his role in a discrimination claim against the England and Wales Cricket will help move the sport from “convenient truths” and “fancy rhetoric” towards meaningful and lasting change.
Stephen Robinson has told Alex Dyer that the football community is completely behind him after the Kilmarnock boss was subjected to racist abuse by letter.
On May 25 2020, 46-year old George Floyd died after being restrained by police in Minneapolis, who held him down and pressed a knee to his neck.
The lack of data taken around ethnic minorities in Britain during the pandemic could be putting lives at risk, health experts have warned.
Lewis Hamilton has revealed the Black Lives Matter movement helped drive him on to a record-equalling seventh Formula One title.
Crystal Palace Women’s goalkeeper Chloe Morgan says her inclusion in Football’s Black List has inspired her to speak out even more in the fight for equality in 2021.
The BBC has received 266 complaints over a scene in The Vicar Of Dibley which referenced the Black Lives Matter movement.
Cambridge have announced a range of sanctions against supporters who booed when players took a knee prior to their match against Colchester this month.
Significant wealth gaps between different ethnic groups in the UK are likely to continue without changes to wealth taxes and more targeted support for first-time house buys from poorer backgrounds, according to a new report.
“Radical reforms” are needed to the youth justice system to prevent children becoming embroiled in crime and help them turn their lives around when they have spiralled out of control, a new report has found.
Lewis Hamilton last month celebrated his record-equalling seventh Formula One World Championship and yet more riches – a world away from his humble beginnings on a Stevenage council estate.
Lewis Hamilton crowned another hugely successful year with victory in the BBC’s Sports Personality of the Year poll.
The overall gap in life expectancy between the most and least deprived areas in England is increasing, according to the latest data in the Chief Medical Officer’s Annual Report.