Free Online Presentation: An Introduction to Black British History
An Introduction to Black British History, aimed at Ealing parents of Black Caribbean children (alongside their children)
The details of this free online presentation are as follows:
- Date: Wednesday 17th February 2021 (half-term)
- Time: 4-5pm
- Method: Zoom – the link will be provided after booking on to the course
- Booking: Parents are required to book on by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, and stating their name, and the name of their early years setting / school / community organisation (Places will be allocated on a first-come-first serve basis)
- Target Audience: Ealing Parents of Black Caribbean children (and their children / young people)
An Introduction to Black British History
This interactive whistle stop presentation is a potted history of Black Peoples’ presence in the United Kingdom starting from the Roman Empire and incorporating the Tudor, Georgian, Victorian eras and the arrival of the Windrush generation up to the present day. The presentation includes aspects of British race relations and its impact on Black and White communities and covers the race riots in the 1950’s and the national uprisings during the 1980’s.
This presentation includes an information sheet detailing teaching resources for parents and sources of further information so parents can continue to learn and teach their children.