The creation of 'BAME History Education Workshops' and the creation of the 'BAME Solidarity Pledge.'

Social media had been inundated by jigsaws of information about British history and how it has affected the BAME community. A work shop would provide reliable knowledge neglected in early years.

  • Petition submitted by Rachel Marshall on Jun 15, 2020


This petition has been passed and will be actioned ASAP.

How Will This Idea Benefit Students?

Throughout the UK curriculum, BAME history has been neglected. Due to the recent events, it is important to know the historical facts within a British context in order to make an informed opinion. A work shop would be in the form of an informal interactive lecture, mixed in with discussion. Due to this format, it would be easy to adapt to be 'socially distance friendly' i.e with the use of zoom. It could either be directed towards society committees, in order for them to gain a 'BAME Solidarity Pledge'  and the information could be further passed down within societies. Or, alternatively make it a university wide workshop where anyone can turn up.  

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