Articles, Blogs and Resources

We've gathered a range of articles, blogs and resources that might be of interest to anyone interested in BAME representation in society and education.

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BAMEed reflections

2019 conference

Breaking the barriers

Defining diversity

#DiverseEd: This is Me

Diversity – ensuring the most talented profession we can for the sake of the children whom we teach 

Does it matter if you're black or white?

My hopes for diversity

My hopes for diversity in the education profession

My reflections on 2019 BAMEed conference

On BAMEed

Owning Your Professional Identity

Rethinking my professional voice


Black and Asian British History

Archiving Britain’s Black Communities There’s no limit to our culture

Too Asian, Not Asian Enough


Decolonising the curriculum

Absent from the curriculum

BAMEed Network Conference 2018: Habits of Highly Effective People

Brexit, Empire, and Decolonisation

British Empire is still being whitewashed by the school curriculum – historian on why this must change

Cultural capital: an exploration

Decolonising the Curriculum Project: Through the Kaleidoscope

Diversifying knowledge of children’s literature

Dual Frequency

Questions academics can ask to decolonise their classrooms

Swansea University announces 'decolonised' English course

Resources for diversifying reading lists

Teaching BAME History as British History: What does it have to do with Brexit?

The Black Curriculum

The Teacherist - decolonise the curriculum

The things they didn't teach us

‘Welcome and important’: academics on decolonising education


Education and schools

A case for leadership diversity

Action, not just words - Institute of School Business Leadership

BAME We Teach resources

Black and ethnic minority teachers face 'invisible glass ceiling' in schools, report warns

Black pupils warn of n-word abuse in UK private schools

How can we increase Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic teachers and leaders in Bristol schools?

How to be anti-racist for educators

How to Develop Culturally Responsive Teaching for Distance Learning

Mentoring without courageous conversation about context is like sweeping in a sandstorm

Should I lead, facilitate, or get out of the way?

The Teacherist

Whatever happened to equalities?

Why getting diverse bums on seats is not enough


Employment

Women of colour get less support at work: here's how managers can change that

Racism still festers in Britain’s workplaces. It’s time to get tough


General

A Reader’s First Memory of Racism: ‘Because You’re Black’

Five trailblazing Black women chat to the women who've inspired them

I am, because of you: Further reading on Ubuntu

Intolerance towards ethnic minorities and the power of stories

Race and ethnicity: How are they different?

Race reflections

Revealing the colour of madness

The fight to redefine racism

There is a war on Black people in Britain. If you’re complacent, you’re complicit

'We can't fight racism on our own': A year and a half on from Traveller ethnicity

We need to address the racialisation of crime and deviance

What the racial equality movement can learn from the global fight for women’s rights

White women benefit most from gender diversity


Higher education

Gender over Race? Equity and inclusion in higher education

In equalities work, gender is privileged over race

Black female professors must deal with bullying to win promotion, report find


Whiteness and privilege

Actively raising anti-racist children

Anti-racism resources for white people

How to use your privilege for good

How I changed my mind about the biology of race

My white friend asked me to explain white privilege, so I decided to be honest

Privileged

Resources for White People to Learn and Talk About Race and Racism

Straight White Male: The Lowest Difficulty Setting There Is

Unravelling the concept of unconscious bias

White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack

'Wow, I'm racist': In time of viral encounters, 'white spaces' are used to confront biases

The Fear of Being White - Part One

The Fear of Being White - Part Two

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