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Teachers of Deaf Children: Black Deaf Lives Matter

It seems a wonderful job: teaching small groups of children, supporting deaf children to succeed in school, having close contact with families of deaf babies from birth, making adjustments so that deaf children navigate the education system more independently.

“We Outside” but do we belong? – Discovering sports, leisure and the outdoors while Black

By Lucien Staddon Foster For many in the UK, this week marks the beginning of university life; a week shaped by nerves, endless small-talk, and hundreds of enthusiastic society reps encouraging you to try something new. And yet, when it comes to outdoor sports and leisure activities, getting involved can often seem daunting. They can …

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Bearing witness to the history of black lives in Britain

In the face of the coronavirus pandemic that has disproportionately affected black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) communities, people across the globe have taken to the streets in protest. They have gathered in solidarity to express anger about George Floyd’s death and the persistence of police violence.

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It is never too early to talk anti-racism with young people

Young children are ‘too young’ to understand race, racism and discrimination; you don’t want to ‘put ideas in their heads’; young children ‘do not notice differences, it is not an issue, it is more adult ideas and certainly you can’t say they are racist at such a young age’.

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