Below are some of the courses and resources that might be useful for CWU Equalities Month.
Trans 101: This course seeks to address misunderstandings about transgender issues and help us all to be better allies to our transgender friends.
The Stuart Hall Project: Exploring the life and work of one of the founding figures of Cultural Studies
Mary Seacole: The pioneering nurse who complemented her knowledge of traditional medicine with European medical ideas
William Cuffay: One of the leaders of the first mass political movement of the British working class
The Mangrove Nine: One of the defining court cases of race relations in Britain
Science In A Golden Age: Unravelling the links between the latest scientific developments and the unsung scientific heroes of the past
Britain’s Forgotten Slave Owners: A BBC Teach resource in which David Olusoga looks at the abolition of slavery in Britain
Prof David Olusoga Black History: Keynote lecture for Black History Month 2019
The Windrush Generation: A collection of videos telling the story of the families who arrived on the Empire Windrush and the subsequent scandal around the “Hostile Environment” policy
The Grunwick Dispute: The 2-year fight by a group of predominantly Asian, female workers taking on hostile management and eventually gaining support from workers across the country
Lesbians & Gays Support The Miners: The fightback against the Thatcher Government of the 1980s saw the formation of many coalitions. One of these was the Lesbians & Gays Support The Miners (LGSM) campaign.
Using Your Voice Is A Political Choice: Amanda Gorman talks about the power of finding and using your voice
Dread Poets’ Society: A comic play which sees Benjamin Zephaniah thrown together with Byron, Keats and Percy & Mary Shelley
Michael Smith: Laaawwwd Mi Cyaan Believe It including contributions from Linton Kwesi Johnson and CLR James