Books

Where does racism come from? An educational guide (2nd edition)

Answers the question in the title of the book, and many more besides. A 44 educational guide suitable for 14+ on the origins of racist ideas and theories, and the people behind them.

Where does racism come from? An educational guide (2010 print edition)

Clear way to gain an understanding of the origins and journeys of racial theories that outlines:

  • When these ideas were introduced
  • Who put them forward
  • Where they were based
  • What their role in world history was
  • How the ideas link together
  • Why they have persisted into the 21st century

Separated into 4 colour-coded stages and sub-sections to show how the ideas began, changed over time, and how they still exist.

Spans across various subjects including Anatomy, Anthropology, Biology, Geography, History, Natural History, Philosophy, Politics, Psychology, Sociology, and Theology.

A timeline is provided to place the ideas in their historical context. This guide can be used in schools and colleges, and is compatible with several school subjects including Citizenship, English, Expressive and Performing Arts, History, PSHE, Religious Studies, and Science.

It can assist schools and colleges in meeting their public duties; and is produced in the spirit of the values and purposes of the United Kingdom school curriculum, and reflects its aims.

The content is also relevant to the teaching of numerous further and higher education subjects, or can be used for personal or family learning, for youth or community projects, or for professional development.

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