Resources The Abolitionist Curriculum

The Abolitionist Curriculum

30th September 2022|Learning Tool

“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 of thinking and being, and new methodologies. The Abolitionist Curriculum is intended, in part, to give its readers some greater context around issues being elevated within the #BlackLivesMatter movement, such as colonialism; slavery and its legacies, mass incarceration; police and state brutality; and the cultural functions and possibilities of studying our histories, the realities of the present, and the potentialities of our futures.”

Racial Equity in Queer Spaces

by InterInvest Racial Equity Workstream, 17th October 2022

InterInvest Launches its Resources Page for Highlighting Minority Voices and Experiences within the LGBTQIA+ Community Pride History Month and Black History month are times to reflect on the progress the queer community and its allies have made in striving for equal human rights and creating a safer world for LGBTQIA+ people. This has not been […]

Panel Event: Queer, Black & British: A Celebration

by Tristan Davies, 11th October 2021

Join us this Black History Month as we celebrate Queer, Black, British history in the UK, featuring inspiring stories from our panel of diverse voices. Thursday 28 October, 5-6pm UK time

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