This time I’m trying something different, with a visual journey. Across the UK minorities form clusters, both spatial (e.g. where they live) and social (e.g. friendship groups, clubs based around nationality or sexual orientation). Here I give some background on why this happens, and why we should celebrate rather than integrate these diverse communities.
Swipe to learn more, below or on Instagram.
(Edit: I should add a note for avoidance of doubt that, clearly, my positive affirmation of clustering references chosen clusters.)
References & Attribution
- Banton, M. (1983) Racial and Ethnic Competition, Cambridge University Press.
- Frey (2018) Black-white segregation edges downward since 2000, census shows.
- Satellite image obtained from NASA, free to reproduce with attribution.
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