Episode 62: Black history: inclusion and education with Dr Angelina Osborne

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09th October 2020

Episode 62: Black history: inclusion and education with Dr Angelina Osborne

Racism, diversity and inclusion are continually pressing issues, and we in education play a vital role. Part of the solution is to broaden the inclusion of Black history in the curriculum. In this special episode, Caroline talks to Black history expert, Angelina Osborne, author of the bestselling book, 100 Great Black Britons. They discuss raising awareness of the lives and achievements of Black British people, the need for teaching beyond the slave trade and civil rights, and how teachers can approach this. An essential listen for anyone in education.

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Episode 62: Black history: inclusion and education with Dr Angelina Osborne
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