'Whites are seen as divided by class, non-whites as belonging to classless communities. It’s a perspective that ignores social divisions within minority groups while also racialising class distinctions' writes
Race, class, education and Angela Rayner
In British education, the central issue is class, not ethnicity
In British education, the central issue is class, not ethnicity | Kenan Malik
“Whites are seen as divided by class, non-whites as belonging to classless communities. It’s a perspective that ignores social divisions within minority groups while also racialising class distinctions.” | Kenan Malik
Strong article. However, if the left is serious about tackling inequality, there would be more speaking out against this odious, divisive, so-called “social justice” ideology.