A teaching resource from Box of Broadcasts aimed at increasing the employability of students from a number of degrees, including management and History. Topics covered include spotting opportunity, marketing, corporate social responsibility, product diversification and customer loyalty. Three sectors are examined: fashion and beauty, food and drink and IT.
South from the North: The Mexico-US border and beyond is a teaching resource from Box of Broadcasts which may be of interest to Media and Communications, Spanish and Latin American Studies, International Relations and more. It has been created to encourage students to reflect on how Mexico and Central America is presented as exotic, different, […]
Find out which Indigenous lands you live on using an interactive map. Victor Temprano and Native Land Digital, an indigenous-led non-profit, have created this map to represent the viewpoint of indigenous peoples worldwide on their loss of land. It enables visualisations of original owners of land and areas effected by colonial treaties. Search by people and treaty. […]
A.Sivanandan was one of the most important and influential black thinkers in the UK, changing many of the orthodoxies on ‘race’, heading the Institute of Race Relations for almost forty years, founding the journal Race & Class, and writing the award-winning novel, When Memory Dies, on his native Sri Lanka. This website celebrates his life and […]
Say my Name Right is a shareable resource developed by Dr Hannah Deakin-Smith and Dr Jane Pilcher of Nottingham Trent University. It draws on findings from the Say My Name research project funded by the British Academy which explored the impact on students of staff avoiding saying their name or mispronouncing it. It emphasizes how important it is for staff to learn how to […]
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Oxfam GB | Black History in 100 Objects Oxfam is crowdsourcing a collection of 100 objects that express everyday Black history in the UK. These include statues, books, buildings and household object. See the contributions and add your own.
The Black Lives Matter Memorial Fence Artifact Collection Note: this resource contains strong language and references to brutality and violence.An open-access digital collection created by T DC Public Library, Enoch Pratt Free Library, The Library of Congress, and Howard University. It is preserving images, posters, banners, clothing, photographs, and ephemeral objects which were hung on a […]
A site supported by Linen Hall Library which celebrates the strengths, lives and achievements of Northern Irish women from 1965 to the present day. It includes a digital archives of films, images and text resources, blog posts and a resource section with contextual articles, books and teaching resources. Covers all areas of politics as well […]
Dialect and Heritage projectThis project from the University of Leeds in partnership with local museums aims to update the original 1951 survey of dialects which surveyed mainly older men in rural areas. It aims to collect and geographically map local terms in use in Britain today. The site has images from the older survey and […]
Essential Guide to Black British History A handy guide produced by BBC History Extra magazine which is designed to interest the general reader. It has a timeline, suggestions for reading and articles with interviews and biographies. Historical Association Black History Month features free access during October to its major lecture recordings, articles and podcasts covering […]