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The American Civil Rights Movement free course icon Level

History & The Arts

The American Civil Rights Movement

In this free course, The American Civil Rights Movement, you will learn about the mass movement for racial equality in the United States that reached its zenith during the 1950s and 1960s. During this turbulent period in United States history, black Americans sought to overturn deeply entrenched systems of racial segregation and ...

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3 hrs
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Science, Maths & Technology

Can we be categorised by our DNA?

“Race is just a social construct!” You may have heard experts say, but what does the science say? Can our DNA group us the way many imagine?

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20 mins
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History & The Arts

Historical perspectives on race

Race is not biological. It is a social construction. Yet we know that in our contemporary world and in history, this construction has real consequences. From enslavement and colonisation to resistance and revolution, the stories of people of colour are often left untold in accounts of the past. This free course, Historical perspectives on race, ...

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12 hrs
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History & The Arts

Art, Loot and Empire: The Benin Bronzes

How did the West African artworks known as the Benin Bronzes end up in European museums? And why does it matter? 

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30 mins
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Race and Youth Policy: working with young people

How should we, as a society, best respond to and prevent gang and knife crime and violent extremism?

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6 hrs
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Education & Development

Including diversity in race, ethnicity and culture in your teaching

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.

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History & The Arts

Travelling Objects

Journey around the world in our interactive to discover how 'objects' aren't just merely beautiful art works but can also reveal fascinating histories and global connections.

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Education & Development

Insights into Policing and Racism in the UK – a collection

This collection provides overview and historical context of (some of) the differences and similarities in policing in the USA and UK, particularly those related to race and systemic and institutional racism, and what’s being done about racism in the police.

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10 mins
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How does online intergroup contact compare with face-to-face? article icon

Health, Sports & Psychology

How does online intergroup contact compare with face-to-face?

The ability of intergroup contact to reduce prejudice is a well-researched area of psychology. However, as more and more contact takes place online, PhD student Julian Bond is working to understand whether this changes the effectiveness of intergroup contact and the potential implications for a more harmonious society.

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Education & Development

Double trouble: my experience of studying part-time as a mixed-race individual

In this article Dr Laura Tan gives a fresh mixed-race perspective on having twice the cultures, twice the workload… so it was only right that she had twice the celebration at graduation!

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Society, Politics & Law

Ecology and economy under the fig tree in South Asian Cities

Trees in South Asia are protected for their religious symbolism, so you’ll find them in crowded cities. Shonil Bhagwat looks at their natural and cultural heritage.

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Health, Sports & Psychology

How inclusive is women’s football?

Despite it being an important site for gender equality, not everyone’s experiences in women’s football are the same.

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