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Is There a Future for Local Authority Race Advisers?

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This article is intended to provide a starting point for debate. It is my intention to challenge the most basic assumption that has traditionally held true within the race relations field, i.e., the race adviser is the conduit for all work on race equality and therefore unless decision making power is vested in that adviser the community will inevitably be disadvantaged even further. The argument is simply that the race adviser cannot act for communities and is too tied into local government to challenge racism. The race adviser should become a different creature and the communities are the only ones able to fight racism in an effective way.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: July, 1991

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