Britain's Commission for Racial Equality, a government funded watchdog and advocacy group, takes issue with the Decibel Penguin Prize, an Arts Council-funded contest for short stories from U.K. writers from Asian, African, or Caribbean backgrounds. (Thanks to Galleycat for the link.)
The debate sounds familiar. And while Marc Aronson (and Andrea Pinkney in her response) did much to throw light upon it, we aren't done with it yet. But being done with it is precisely not the point, I suppose.