ITV film Elliott Reid teach a class on African history. Students gave fantastic feedback. Here’s a write up and the full lecture
Is the UK racist? Government report says no. And that’s fine… if it’s true. But they’re hiding something. The report is incredibly flawed and I show how
This post is brought to you by Elliott Reid, founder of blackhistory.school who brings Black Heroes to life through school curriculums and comic books Toussaint Louverture is, without a doubt, the most impressive man in recorded history. A man born into slavery in St Domingue (Haiti) who purchased his freedom by 30. He was a successfulContinue reading “3 Life Changing Lessons from Toussaint Louverture | blackhistory.school”
Exploring the environment of black youth with youth worker and founder of 1 Step Away From, K
The Oprah Interview | I’m shocked that people are shocked My experiences of dating outside my race have been fairly predictable; give it enough time and someone is going to say something fairly inappropriate and quite possibly overtly offensive. In fact, if I were to pick a family to marry into which I suspected wouldContinue reading “Meghan Markle and British Racism”
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“We were all slaves once” is a common argument that has no logical basis. We shall cover the psychological harm done when diluting the transatlantic slave trade amongst other forms of slavery.
The psychological reason for why we need our heroes and why they were taken from us
4 Black Heroes who changed the world. And the psychology behind why we need heroes in our image
All people are racist… and then hopefully decreasingly so I have just finished reading Marley K’s piece “All White People are Racist”… it’s inflammatory to say the least but that’s me speaking from a scientific perspective. None of us have met all people; we can spot trends or correlations but we can’t logically label all peopleContinue reading “All People are Racist… at first”
Black People don’t need Positivity. We need meaning I read “The Privilege of Peace of Mind” by Tee. It moved me The title hits you before you’ve even opened the article. I was moved, yet also left in disagreement. I am Jamaican-British. I descend from freedom fighters and revolutionaries. My family fought with Sam Sharpe against the British in 1831.Continue reading “Finding meaning in suffrage | response to Tee “Privilege of Peace of Mind””