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Let's Talk About Race

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The Library Services team have pulled to a reading list covering Race, Policy-making and Practicing Antiracism in Higher Education, BAME Experiences in Higher Education, Anti-Racism and Wellbeing, Whiteness and Privilege and other resources.

It discusses race as well as superiority and the feelings involved with being put down based on race.This wonderful book should be a first choice for all collections and is strongly recommended as a springboard for discussions about differences. Being antiracist results from a conscious decision to make frequent, consistent, equitable choices daily. Let’s Talk About Race in the Workplace’ is up to date and uncompromising in setting out the facts and thinking around systemic racism in organisations. Among the awards these books have received are the Newbery Honor Medal, American Library Association Notable Book, National Jewish Book Award Finalist, The New York Times Outstanding Book, National Book Critics Circle Award Finalist, Caldecott Honor Book, the Boston Globe-Horn Book Award, and a National Book Award Finalist.

In an effort to equip staff and students with knowledge and awareness around issues of race, racism, racialisation, and where to seek support, we have produced toolkits aimed at both students and staff to initiate conversations and grass-roots anti-racist awareness building as well as institutional strategies to make UCL a race-equitable space where staff and students have equal opportunities and are celebrated no matter what race. It sounds like a grandpa sitting next to you and talking, just talking -- telling you his wisdom, but never making you feel bad for not already knowing. Universities say they are taking steps to promote BAME staff and address the attainment gap, but progress is far too slow. Kavita Powley, at City, University of London, was awarded the grant to produce an innovative online toolkit of guidance and short films on ‘spotlight stories’ to showcase the experiences of Executive Team members and BAME staff who were part of the Reciprocal Mentoring Scheme. This book was much more in depth with diversity than the first as it uses real life experiences to emphasize the realities of diversity.Whether you are teaching infants, adults, or any age in between, you are an influential part of your students’ learning and development. Lester presents the wealth of human difference as a treasure trove for discovery, and Barbour’s naïf-style spreads provide plenty of visual interest. Lester's poignant picture book helps children learn, grow, discuss, and begin to create a future that resolves differences. The Australian Human Rights Commission has developed this guide to assist Australian organisations in conducting conversations about racism. I want to continue to support employers to open up the conversation, sign the Race at Work Charter and address disparities as they come to light while being transparent about the actions they are taking to do so.

What childhood experiences did you have with friends or adults who were different from you in some way? Our ‘Let’s Talk About Race in the Workplace’ race equality training course has been designed to persuade learners that racism is not just about explicit racist language, abuse or discrimination, it can take the form of inequality and inadvertent bias ingrained in the way organisations and society is run.Black people in particular (and disproportionately), along with indigenous, biracial and people of colour – who are the global majority – have spent more than 400 years enduring the impacts of racism, inequity, being minoritised, being racialised and being excluded while having their cultures, efforts, knowledge, wealth, food and practices being appropriated and co-opted for the benefit of Whiteness and White society around the world.

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