Need some help in making or completing your pledge? We’ve put together this list of resources that you might find useful. We’ll be adding to it during the course of the campaign, so if you find anything that you think will be helpful to others, or have any suggestions then please let us know. For ideas on what your pledge might be, please see our pledge inspiration page.
• Jo’s pledge, successfully getting a more diverse range of books at the local library is available for download here
• Bede House Association’s story of defeating the BNP by holding an inclusive St. George’s Day celebration is available here
• University of Manchester’s Ending Racism in the Dragons’ Den is here
• The first three case studies is also available here as PDF
• Jude’s pledge, setting up a campaign to end colourism is here
• The story of the Broxbourne community coming together to challenge racism is here
• Ginnie and Kayode’s story of creating resources to support BME families in Cornwall is here
• The second set of case studies is also available to download as PDF
Education and Learning
• The Real Histories Directory is a resource to support teaching and learning about cultural diversity in the UK.
• For a history of the struggle for race equality in the UK, visit The Runnymede Trust – An Oral History.
• Changing attitudes to race and racism were explored in Generation 3.0. A learning resource suitable for Key Stage 3 Religious Education lessons; Key Stage 3 English lessons; Youth groups and Older people’s groups is also available.
• A teaching resource developed from the Runnymede Collected at Middlesex University in the areas of Immigration, Education and Employment is available here.
• Belonging explores the experiences of people from culturally mixed backgrounds in London, Paris and Lisbon. Focusing on themes around migration, identities and the making of new communities, a cross-curriculum learning experience for Key Stage 3 is available.
• Video Art Postcards are a series of short films made by young people about sites related to historical racism and anti-racism in the West India Docks area of London. A teachers’ guide with lessons plans on the subject of Slavery, Racism and Resistance for Key Stages 3 & 4 is available for download.
• Tell Me What I Need to Know: Helping Black and Minority Ethnic, Refugee, Asylum-Seeking and Traveller parents to support their children in education.
• For children’s books that show a multicultural world, please visit Tamarind.
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