The truth is that Black people are distressed urban dwellers everywhere in Britain and all major western societies. Why and how? Well, the remarkable trans-migrations from Africa and the Diaspora from homelands to inner cities have made them so. The question is can community leaders, elders and the young Black Millennials, create a living space and platform for action with positive far-reaching effects.
The danger is that 21st century Black Britons will have a heavier load to bear in adapting to change — with less resources for advancement and few means to redress their grievances.
This dire prospect is headline news. The spectre of racism still clouds the future of peoples of African and Caribbean heritage. Despite significant changes in attitudes to race issues, there is much more to be done, the highest authorities confirm.
You can have a positive impact in communities and contribute to make change happen.
- Decluttering one’s mind on issues that matter is urgent.
- Positive intervention in the change process is essential.
- Harnessing the resilience, humanity and creativity of the black experience to 21st century are all of the utmost importance.
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