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Published on Mar 30, 2012
At the Guardian Open Weekend, poet and activist Linton Kwesi Johnson talks to Oliver Laughland about the problems faced by ethnic minority MPs and the need for black people to have a strong voice outside the political system. He identifies multiculturalism as a diversion from the real issues of racial equality and social justice