A brief look at PRIDE and LGBT+ History.
Through a series of six lessons you will consider the importance of learning about true histories. You will learn about key historical movements, cultures and figures and will reflect on how fairly Black people are represented in the history that we are taught.
Through a series of six lessons you will learn about women’s global struggle for equal rights. You will also explore key issues surrounding gender equality in: the Arts, sport, education, film and music. You will also learn about inspirational women in these areas.
Through a series of six lessons you will learn who the Black Panthers were and how they were founded. You will find out about key members of the Party as well as considering their legacy.
In 6 lessons, learn about the origins of Hip-Hop and its development as a music genre. You will look closely and key artists who dominated the East-Coast and West-Coast scenes after Biggie and Tupac, and discover three key contentious areas of Hip-Hop: women in Hip-Hop, whiteness in Hip-Hop and the LGBT+ Community in Hip-Hop.
Through a series of six lessons you will gain an overview of Irish history. You will also practise the key skill of analysing historical sources by looking at poignant moments in Ireland’s recent history in more depth.
Through a series of six lessons you will be exploring different aspects of Irish history through literary texts
This lesson looks at some factors that took Britain from an insignificant country at the edge of the world’s main civilisations, to a major world power.
A brief history of British Black people.
This lesson is aimed at people who are at KS3 of their studies. The lesson is a historical study of influential Black women in history, past and present. The lesson provides key biographical information about six influential Black women and asks users to analyses sources about them and how this links to their legacies.