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    Ten Ways to Develop Racial Awareness with Primary Aged Children

    By Rebbecca Hemmings Children are born without prejudices but as they become more influenced by the outside world, they begin to form views about it. Some believe that since this is the case, racism should not be discussed for fear of planting ideas in children’s minds but actually what is more likely to happen is that as the child grows and learns, any racist views held will be strengthened if not challenged. Prevention is better than cure. Therefore, we have created a list of our top tips for talking about racism with children. This is targeted at primary schools but most points can also be utilised by parents/carers and for…

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    Antiracism Reading List

    The following is a set of reading material we have found very useful in understanding, teaching and facilitating conversations around systemic racism. This list is often shared with course participants. We believe everyone needs an honest education on how systemic racism works, therefore we are making this available to all. Please feel free to share this list. Learning about racism can be overwhelming and you may not know where to start. Therefore, books recommended for beginners have been highlighted. Books Olusoga, D. (2016) Black and British: A forgotten history Winters, M.(2020) Black fatigue: how racism erodes the mind, body and spirit Frost, S. & Alidina, R.(2019) Building an inclusive organisation:…