To achieve our collective mission of an education sector that is reflective of society, we’ve gathered a range of useful resources and reading for our network. If you’d like to recommend any content to be added to this page, please get in touch with us.

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Spark and Co.

Spark and Co. are a community led organisation. Explore their platform to find resources, support
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Black Ballad

Black Ballad is a UK based lifestyle platform that seeks to tell the human experience
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Anti-racism in our schools

Challenge Partners Powerful blogs, webinars and resources shared by and for schools Click to explore the
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Reluctant Sites of Memory

This network forms part of the Arts and Humanities Research Council‘s activity as part of the UN
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Critical Race Theory

University of Birmingham From its origins in US legal studies, CRT has grown to become
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Anti-racism resources

Sarah Sophie Flicker and Alyssa Klein This document is intended to serve as a resource
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Race Reflections

Guilaine Kinouani Rethinking inequality, injustice and oppression. DISRUPTIVE articles and think pieces. It is Race
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Freedom Narratives

Freedom Narratives Freedom Narratives focuses on the enforced migration of enslaved Africans in the Atlantic
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Young, British and Black

The Guardian The voices behind the UK’s anti-racism protests, Click to explore the resource
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Using your Voice

HLT Wellbeing Support for talking to children about racism, tolerance, self respect, black history and
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Resources for Governors

Karl George Karl has interviewed a number of high profile people who have experience of
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BAME We Teach Collection

A collaborative Google Drive collection of resources from BAME We Teach. Click to explore the
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Black experiences hub

TES We’ve partnered with BBC, Into Film and The Black Curriculum to bring you a selection
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Beyond Bangla Town

Brick Lane is an iconic space in the history and contemporary present of the Bangladeshi
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South Asians in Britain

The establishment of the East India Company in 1600 began a complex relationship between Britain
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Mindful equity

To inspire more Black and Asian women to join the profession, stay in the profession and lead in the profession. Click
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Organising an event: a toolkit

Penny Rabiger shares a toolkit for organising an event that’s representative of the education sector.
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Books for children

Access an interactive and printable poster of book recommendations for children and young adults from
BAMEed Resources

BAMEed Poster

Download and print a poster for your school staff room or offices to spread the
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Diversity in the boardroom

Diversity in the boardroom. A booklet from Deloitte exploring practical steps that a company can