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Black Majority Churches (BMCs) and the transformation of British Christianity video icon

History & The Arts 

Black Majority Churches (BMCs) and the transformation of British Christianity

John Maiden explores Black and Minority Ethnic expressions of the Christian tradition while Sheena Daley gives a personal reflection on Black Christian Churches...

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40 mins
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Reflecting on Race at The Open University video icon

Education & Development 

Reflecting on Race at The Open University

This collection of videos from a conference during Black History Month reflects on race and ethnicity at The Open University.

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3 hrs
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Languages 

Helen Cammock and the art of storytelling

The artist Helen Cammock discusses how her art has transformed from using herself as a conduit for conversations about race to ‘the collective’ in this film. In the article below Philip Seargeant explores how art can operate as a form of storytelling, different to political or media storytelling.

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10 mins
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Decolonising computing? video icon

Science, Maths & Technology 

Decolonising computing?

What might it mean to decolonise computing? Mustafa Ali explores in this article.

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15 mins
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Ramadan Mubarak! article icon

History & The Arts 

Ramadan Mubarak!

The holy month of Ramadan, determined by the lunar cycle, runs from 12th April - 12th May this year. Discover how this isn't just a time for abstaining but a time for celebration while showing devotion to Islam.

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Nature & Environment 

Wangari Maathai: standing up for women and the environment

Professor Wangari Maathai was an environmentalist and the first female African Nobel Peace Prize winner. Yoseph Araya explores her contribution to the environment and what that meant to be a woman in this field of work.

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How can we dismantle racism in public institutions and services? article icon

Education & Development 

How can we dismantle racism in public institutions and services?

There is still much work to do to address institutional, structural and systemic racism directly. What is being done now? What can be done moving forward?

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'Bad Apples' or Organisational Cultures? article icon

Education & Development 

'Bad Apples' or Organisational Cultures?

Are racist actions by a police officer individual misconduct or a systemic failure? This article explores perspectives on organisational culture and individual action.

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How can we address racial inequality and racial disproportionality? article icon

Education & Development 

How can we address racial inequality and racial disproportionality?

How is racism, bias and discrimination being tackled in policing? This article explores responses and approaches to these issues by police forces, the community, and at governmental levels. 

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What is Critical Race Theory? article icon

Education & Development 

What is Critical Race Theory?

What is Critical Race Theory and how could it be used to change structures and processes that sustain institutional and individual racism?

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How do we explain racial disproportionality in the criminal justice systems in the US and England and Wales? article icon

Education & Development 

How do we explain racial disproportionality in the criminal justice systems in the US and England and Wales?

Looking at institutional racism, this article explores how this affects the criminal justice system and policing.

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Differences and Similarities: Policing in the US and the UK article icon

Education & Development 

Differences and Similarities: Policing in the US and the UK

How does policing in the US and the UK operate and how does this feed into debates around policing and racism?

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