'Where do we fit in'? Black and Asian British History on the Curriculum

This event will bring together scholars, artists and activists to discuss the presence and absence of black and minority ethnic Britons on the UK's national curriculum.

A panel of contributors will discuss the ways that BME British experiences have been marginalised from the histories taught in schools, and how teachers, scholars, community leaders and politicians can work to ensure that these stories and experiences are taught and understood as British History. 

6.30pm, Tuesday 4 December.

Directional microphone

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