About the Ahmed Iqbal Ullah RACE Centre
The RACE Centre is a specialist library and archive focusing on the history of global majority communities in Greater Manchester (and beyond), as well as anti-racist activism, refugeeism and migration, and the development of thinking about race and ethnicity.
We work closely with our sister organisation, the Ahmed Iqbal Ullah Education Trust whose ground-breaking community-led collecting and oral history work make us a centre of excellence.
The Trust works out of the RACE Centre, supporting community-led collecting and heritage projects, and engagement work with local communities.
Find out more about our staff at the Ahmed Iqbal Ullah RACE Centre.
Our vision is an inclusive, equally represented and racially just society where everyone belongs.
Find out about how we work with global majority communities to explore and share their histories.
The Centre was established by Lou Kushnick, Professor of Sociology at The University of Manchester, in 1999.