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Dr Anita Naoko Pilgrim
I have been an Associate Lecturer at the Open University in Wales for 15 years. I teach on the Social Sciences undergraduate modules and on the Inclusive Pathway Masters in Education.
I live in Cardiff with my teenager and two cats. For my PhD I worked with British black and minority ethnic, lesbian gay bisexual transgender and queer communities. Before coming to the OU, I did research and gave lecture series at several different universities. I have written reports on education and inequalities for the Senedd in Wales, the Equalities and Human Rights Commission and other social policy organisations.
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Historically, there was a tendency to ascribe lesbianism to BAME women and ‘other’ nations. Anita Pilgrim draws on some examples in this article...
16 Feb 2021
Dr Anita Naoko Pilgrim explores the life of W.E.B. Du Bois and explains why his ground-breaking work on African American lives deserves attention today.
01 Oct 2020
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Are you an educator, someone working with children or with adult students, who hopes to use the Black History Month resources to make your teaching practice more inclusive for pupils and students from a black or minority ethnic background? Here are some quick tips from Anita Naoko Pilgrim on how you might approach that work.
28 Sep 2020
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