Institute of Race Relations Newspaper Cuttings

Scope and Content

Local and national newspaper cuttings, radio transcripts, and magazine cuttings relating to the history of race relations in Britain in the late 1970s and early 1980s.

Administrative / Biographical History

These collections of newspaper clippings were created by Institute of Race Relations. Lou Kushnick was a trustee for the IRR and arranged for the material to be donated to the Ahmed Iqbal Ullah RACE Centre. Further details and dates unknown.

Access Information

Open Access.

24 hours notice is required to view this collection. Material will then be accessible through Manchester Central Library Search Room, Manchester Central Library, St. Peters Square, Manchester, M2 5PD. To access this collection please contact:

Acquisition Information

Institute for Race Relations.

Other Finding Aids

Summary of contents available for each folder.

Physical Characteristics and/or Technical Requirements

Local and national newspaper cuttings; radio transcripts; magazine cuttings.

Conditions Governing Use

For private research and study purposes only.
Multiple copyright ownership. Most cuttings include labels indicating the source of the article/radio transcript. For any further queries on permissions please contact staff at: