Black History Month

The 3 resources every good ally needs:

1) Online Guide: “How to be an anti-racist and white ally” – 

A short guide online collated by the University of Bath. This helpful resource page provides broken down steps into actions which seem easy on the surface but are key to fostering an inclusive environment. So, we can all help to combat racism on a day to day.

https://www.bath.ac.uk/guides/how-to-be-an-anti-racist-and-white-ally/


2) The Black Curriculum – an educational enterprise that aims to deliver black British history 365 days a year. The Black Curriculum provide useful free resources in various art forms in order to counteract the lack of Black British history being taught in schools. Their Instagram account contains presentations on Black Tudors, the 1919 Race riots and Black pioneers in football.

www.instagram.com/theblackcurriculum 


3) Podcast: About Race with Reni Eddo-Lodge. 

From the author behind the bestselling book ‘Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race’. In this 9-part podcast series, Eddo-Lodge sheds light into recent events and politics. With key voices from the last few decades of anti-racist activism in Britain including Dianne Abbott. This podcast is a must for anyone, who wants to learn more about what has shaped anti-racism movements and multi-cultural communities in Britain.

 
BHM
 

©2019 by The Wycombe Constituency Labour Party. Promoted by David Riddington on behalf of Wycombe Labour Party, both at 3 Edmunds Close, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, HP12 4ES

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