First black Britons

Black Britons – who are the first?

The First Black Britons reveals a dramatic and compelling 3-part story; brought to life by historical characters and a wealth of visual and document sources.

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Take Off

The TakeOff – Inspiring Young People to Play Sport

“In today’s digital world, too many kids are at risk of living an unhealthy lifestyle,” said sports coach Ingram Jones, “and while others might be tempted to make poor choices, leading to a life of hardship or crime, we want to make a REAL difference at BaylorIC by providing sport and educational opportunities for our young people.”

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safe

SAFE – a video resource for work with young men

SAFE is accessible, relevant and essential video drama. It was produced as a resource for teachers, social workers, youth workers and everyone mentoring young African, Caribbean and Asian men.

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Black British School Daze

The term “ESN” was a popular label given to black children, particularly boys, and those new to British schools. As low expectations lead to low achievements, this ‘self-fulfilling prophecy’ may well have become fact had it not been for my mother’s tenacity, regular elocution lessons, and private tuition from a band of strict Catholic nuns.

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No, Chance UK

No, Chance UK

Chance UK provides community-based child and parent mentoring programmes. They are committed to reducing vulnerability and exclusion by targeting 5-11 year…

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