"I have to feel optimistic...but there's still a very long way to go"
Watch principal investigator Dr Kenny Monrose discuss the significance of the Black British Voices Project on Sunday Morning Live. Available on BBC iPlayer (from 46:23 mins in).
Launch of survey into Black British identity hailed as UK first
Survey to run over summer and focus on issues such as education, business, health and media.
Black British Voices project: Major national study aims to redefine black Britishness
"Much has been said about us and to us, but we have not always been able to speak for ourselves, to define ourselves as a community", says Paulette Simpson CBE.
"Being Black and British is an abundance of joy"
Major survey will explore evolution of Black British identity.
Barbara Blake Hannah: “I am African. I am Jamaican. I am British”
"We are British. It's our birth right and it's the only thing Britain has given us as reparations for the cruel history of slavery" writes Barbara Blake Hannah.
Black British Voices: Black women, mothers and children remain unprotected
“Momentary shock and outrage will not save black women - only structural change and action will,” say Cambridge students Aisling and Maya
Black British Voices: Am I black enough for Britain?
The real question is – why does society feel there is only one way to be black?