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Allow our Black Studies academic staff to explore their subject area in a greater depth with your students, either delivered in your school or college or virtually, so they can get a taste of higher education study. at Birmingham City University

Mini Lecture: Black lives have always mattered: Race and rights in Black British political history 

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‘Black lives matter’ has become the rallying cry for drawing attention to the ongoing plight of people of African descent who have suffered (and continue to suffer) from discriminative treatment and compromised life outcomes as a result of racially unjust procedures, systems, and structures both domestically and abroad. Whilst often centred in the American context, this talk will focus specifically upon Black British political history, and the direct influence of this history upon the significance of racial and ethnic difference upon life experiences in contemporary Britain. 

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