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World-Changing Women: Mary Prince article icon

History & The Arts

World-Changing Women: Mary Prince

Mary Prince's published tale of violence at the hands of her owners had a great impact on anti-slavery campaigns, eventually bringing the slave trade abolishment. Read her remarkable history here...

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Traditional Ecological Knowledges: Learning from the past to inform the future

Many indigenous communities have used their environmental knowledge to manage their environment. This article explores Traditional Ecological Knowledges and how we can live more sustainably.

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Uncovering Britain’s Lost Black Sporting Heroes

Why haven’t the often-extraordinary stories of Black sportspeople been woven into British sporting memory? What does this tell us about the relationship between ‘race’, racism and sport history? Dr Jim Lusted explores…

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Beginners’ Chinese: a taster course

Learn about Mandarin Chinese as a tool for communication and gain insights into Chinese society and culture. This free course, Beginners’ Chinese: a taster course, provides a brief introduction to the Chinese language, its scripts and sounds, and how words are formed. You will hear short conversations where people greet each other and introduce ...

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4 hrs
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Why this hub was created

Explore the reasons why the Race and Ethnicity hub was created.

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What this hub is about

What is the Race and Ethnicity hub and who is it for? Find out in this short video and article.

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World-Changing Women: Madam CJ Walker

As a single woman in the early 20th century making ends meet was no easy feat, so it's remarkable that Madam CJ Walker became the first female self-made millionaire in America. Read her story here...

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Science, Maths & Technology

Katherine Johnson: NASA mathematician and much-needed role model

Katherine Johnson, who in February 2020 died at the age of 101, was an amazing woman. But up until a few years ago, hardly anyone had heard of her or her achievements. Professor Monica Grady explores her amazing legacy.

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Society, Politics & Law

W.E.B. Du Bois – A Man for All Times

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.

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Race and place

How does your background and childhood experiences impact on your sense of identity? Poet Jackie Kay explores through poetry.

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How do children learn the concept of race?

‘Children don’t see colour’ is a phrase we often hear when discussing race – but is this true? Mel Green explores how children conceptualise the idea of race and respond to it.

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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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