Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)UB/CCCS/B/6
TitleRace Today
Extent1 box
DescriptionRace Today was a journal launched by the Institute of Race Relations in London and produced by the Race Today collective, which included figures such as the broadcaster Darcus Howe and the dub-poet Linton Kwesi Johnson. The focus for the journal was black politics, and it regularly featured contributions from the Marxist essayist CLR James. Though the forms of black politics advocated in the jourmal was more crude that that developed at the Centre, Race Today would have been an important influence at the Centre as race became an increasingly significant subject of study.

Issues July 1974, October 1974, January-July 1975, February-March 1976, September 1976, November 1976, December 1976/January 1977, March/April 1977, September/October 1977, January 1978, February 1978, July/August 1978, September/October 1978, January 1979, February/March 1979, May/June 1979, May/June 1980, November 1980, December 1980/January 1981, February/March 1982, August/September 1982, March/April 1983, January/February 1988

The series also includes copies of Race Today Review December 1981/January 1982, January 1983, 1988
Access StatusOpen


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