by Hassan Mahamdallie - £8.99 Bookmarks (2011)
paperback ISBN 13: 9781905192847 | ISBN 10: 1905192843
Defending Multiculturalism is a vibrant, hard-hitting and informative collection of essays that sets out to defend Britain’s multicultural way of life. The contributors challenge David Cameron and others’ assertions that multiculturalism is to blame for dividing society.
The best thinkers and writers in politics, academia and activism take on issues such as “Has multiculturalism failed?”; “The threat of the English Defence League“; “Muslim working class history”; “Are the white working class excluded from multiculturalism?” The book also includes a photo essay and new poetry. This accessible book is a must have for all those who want to celebrate, defend and extend Britain’s rich and diverse society.
Contributors include Peter Hain MP, Professor Tariq Modood, Liz Fekete, Professor Danny Dorling, Salma Yaqoob, Ken Livingstone, Sabby Dhalu, Billy Hayes, Edie Friedman, Martin Smith, Weyman Bennett and Dilowar Khan. Poetry by Michael Rosen, Zita Holbourne and Avaes Mohammed, photo essay by Rehan Jamil. Cover design by aerosolarabic.
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