How can we resist colonial ideas within the National Curriculum and reinsert Britain’s accountability? How did Britain build its wealth and how does Britain continue to profit from colonialism? How can we highlight colonialism as an ongoing issue that impacts peoples lives today?
Through the workshop participants will use drawing and discussion to challenge how we talk about the impact of colonialism and develop research towards a practical resource that can be used in history and geography classrooms. The session will centre on the history and production of sugar, the biggest type of plantation in the British Empire and the deadliest.
This workshop will be held at Black Cultural Archives, 1 Windrush Square, London, Brixton SW2 1EF, the venue is fully wheelchair accessible. We are pleased to offer bursaries for people who would otherwise be unable to attend the workshop due to travel costs or childcare commitments. BSL interpretation is available on request.
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Cracks in the Curriculum is a workshop series and publishing platform, which aims to bring artists and educators together to think about how to address pressing social issues in the classroom.