The Abolitionist Curriculum

    by Tristan Davies, 30th September 2022

    “The name “Abolitionist Curriculum” is intended to evoke both the historical and ongoing struggles of resistance to systems of oppression and their legacies, such as the transatlantic slave trade, apartheid, and the prison industrial complex, as well as encouraging its readers to think about abolition happening in tandem with creation: creating new knowledges, new ways […]

    Investing in Ethnicity ‘Ethnicity Ally Toolkit’

    by Tristan Davies, 14th September 2022

    “The guide gives a checklist of how to be an ally,  advocate and champion and explains why everyone should be an ally. Including awareness building on micro-aggressions, language, scenarios and quotes from our favourite allies.” (Source: Investing in Ethnicity)

    Harvard Implicit Bias Test

    by Tristan Davies, 10th February 2022

    “It is well known that people don’t always ‘speak their minds’, and it is suspected that people don’t always ‘know their minds’. Understanding such divergences is important to scientific psychology.” (source: Harvard Implicit Bias Test) This website presents a method identify one’s own conscious-unconscious divergences and identify one’s own implicit bias towards race, gender, and […]

    ‘Black British History: Black Influences on British Culture (1948-2016)’, Robin Walker, Vanika Marshall, Paula Perry, Anthony Vaughan

    by Tristan Davies, 30th July 2021

    A book with 30 hours of learning material for parents and children on the topic of Black British history and Black culture. This book is “aimed at parents and teachers who would like solid information to teach their children Modern Black British History, and to exercise the historical skills required by the National Curriculum.” (source: […]

    Yale Open University: ‘African American History: From Emancipation to the Present’

    by Tristan Davies, 30th July 2021

    “The purpose of this course is to examine the African American experience in the United States from 1863 to the present (2010). Prominent themes include the end of the Civil War and the beginning of Reconstruction; African Americans’ urbanization experiences; the development of the modern civil rights movement and its aftermath; and the thought and […]

    Lesbian Visibility Week – Capital Group video

    by Tristan Davies, 29th April 2020

    To mark Lesbian Visibility Week, member firm Capital Group have published a short film in which two employees, Julie Dickson and her colleague Constanze discuss their experience of being open about their sexual orientation at work.

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