The Black Studies Movement in Britain: Becoming an Institution, Not Institutionalised

  title={The Black Studies Movement in Britain: Becoming an Institution, Not Institutionalised},
  author={Kehinde Andrews},
There is a crisis in British academia. It is one that has gone largely unnoticed but has huge implications for society. Whilst the student body has to some extent diversified with the expansion of higher education, the academic staff has remained overwhelmingly white. The problem is particularly acute for Black (African and African Caribbean) communities, who represent only 1% of academic staff (Equality Challenge Unit in The experience of black and minority ethnic staff working in higher… 
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