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End Everyday Racism is a witnessing project at the Department of Sociology that collects anonymous testimonies of everyday racism for use in advocacy and research. EER aims to share evidence of everyday racism to push for social and institutional change, as well as to build solidarity and community around anti-racism efforts and to create an archival memory. 

This summer, EER will be working carefully to consolidate the testimonies in a second report, which will be launched in October 2022.  The team would really like to include your testimonies, whether as someone who was a target or someone who was a bystander, to help build a community case against racism at the University of Cambridge. 

To learn more about the EER project, the team, their first report and the ways they understand racism. as well as to submit your testimony, please visit: