Tackling Militant Racism
Tackling Militant Racism looks at problems associated with trying to define the line between freedom of expression and penalizing racially offensive expressions. Particular reference is made to the Public Order Act of 1998 and the Stephen Lawrence Inquiry.
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Introduction Tackling Militant Racism
Action by Local Authorities
Racist Speech and Literature
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