New exhibition about UK history of race relations

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New exhibition about UK history of race relations

Community groups from across the country have teamed up with Parliament's artist in residence to explore the issue of race relations over the past fifty years.

The Race Relations Act 1968, formed legislation that formally sought to outlaw discrimination on racial grounds in Britain.

The project is called "First Waves" and at the launch in Westminster Hall this morning, London Live spoke to artist Scarlett Crawford.

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