DescriptionMisguided social media postings suggest that the work needing to be done from the corner of allyship is comfortable and easy; greatly minimising the extent of the task at hand to dismantle systemic racism. Token policies or collaborative activities look good for Ofsted but do little to actually change whole-school cultures. It is the slow, grinding, consistent daily work of Anti-Racist action that alters perspectives, removes barriers and reimagines institutions. It is this work that must be recognised and applauded.
|Period||23 Jun 2021|
- Decolonising the Curriculum
London Metropolitan University Keynote - Trending: Decolonising the Curriculum: What next for this educational concept? Student and Staff Research Conference 2021: Negotiating a Changed World.
Activity: External talk or presentation › Oral presentation
Transforming Society - Challenging primary school history curriculum knowledge
Research output: Other contribution › peer-review