Fatima Manji

Racism 'taught and learned at the greatest rate in the UK since my childhood'.
The Sun was bombarded with complaints in July 2016 over MacKenzie’s column that claimed it was not appropriate for a “young
Ipso board member Trevor Kavanagh wrote Muslim newsreader 'made a fool of herself' after regulator cleared Kelvin MacKenzie.
MPs have written to the Press watchdog to raise concerns over its independence after a Sun columnist and board member condemned
But the danger that the anonymity of social media brings is that it allows particularly pernicious individuals to spew their hate online without any real-life consequences for themselves. This was illustrated to me at a young age, when someone made a fake Facebook account of my older sister and uploaded pictures of her with swastikas drawn on her face.
'Was it appropriate for [Fatima Manji] to be on camera when there had been yet another shocking slaughter by a Muslim?' asked
Staff at the paper contacted her to say they were 'embarrassed and ashamed'.
Channel 4 news anchor Fatima Manji has warned Muslim and other minority groups in Britain are now “open to attack” after
Channel 4 News has condemned the press watchdog for rejecting complaints about Kelvin MacKenzie’s Sun column that attacked