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Black Lives Matter

To facilitate change we must be prepared to learn, take responsibility to educate ourselves from credible sources and recognise the changes needed in ourselves and how to help those around us. We can all be pupils and teachers.

We have compiled a list of some educational sources which are good to read, watch, follow and learn from.

 

TO READ:
Why Am I No Longer Talking To White People About Race – Rennie Eddo-Lodge
Me & White Supremacy – Layla F Saad
Don’t Touch My Hair – Emma Dabiri
There Ain’t No Black In The Union Jack – Paul Gilroy
Sounds Like London – Lloyd Bradley
Brit(ish): On Race, Identity and Belonging – Afua Hirsh
How To Be An Anti-Racist – Ibra X Kendi
The Hate You Give – Angie Thomas

 

TO WATCH:
13th – Netflix
When They See Us – Netflix
LA92 – Netflix
The Secret Windrush Files – BBC
The Lawful Killing Of Mark Duggan – BBC
BFI Collection – Black Lives Portraits Of Public and Private Lives Against the Shifting Social Climate of 20th Century Britain
Unfiltered with James O’Brien – Akala
Deconstructs Race and Class – YouTube

 

TO FOLLOW:
@BLKLivesMatter
@Naacp
@RodneyP_UK
@56BlackMen
@DaddyDarkRDC
@TalilbKweli
@KillerMike

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