Save 38% when you buy this complete Black History Month bundle. Everything you need to deliver an excellent BHM experience for your students, from individual lessons to whole score awareness.
1 Black icons
- why Black History Month exists (and why ‘White History Month’ doesn’t)
- videos, worksheets and activities focussing on six key people/moments in black history (Rosa Parks, Maya Angelou, Barack Obama, Martin Luther King, Nelson Mandela and the Slave Trade)
2 Fighting for Equality
- Discussion/information/video about the 1968 protest when Tommie Smith and John Carlos did the black power salute
- Resources relating to Colin Kaepernick and the ‘Take A Knee’ protests and the Nike advert.
3 White Privilege
- what is white privilege?
- Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack
White Privilege quiz
- Article on what white privilege is and why it is an issue all races must unite to combat
- Case study of Munroe Bergdof
- Practical ways to fight against white privilege
A PowerPoint that can be used as a starter over several different days or as an entire lesson. Twelve songs from the time of the Civil Rights Movement or about equality, with information about each, to spark discussion. Additional document includes lyrics of all the songs. From Nina Simone to Common, Sam Cooke to Bob Marley, there’s an eclectic range of through promoting songs.
This resources raises awareness of the achievements of Black British people. Posters with information about 30 different heroes can be placed around school. Students then need to find the posters and, using their answer sheet, write in the names Resources includes people like:
- Baroness Rosalind Howells (Labour member of the House of Lords)
- Wilfred Wood (Bishop of Croydon from 1985 to 2003, the first black bishop in the Church of England)
- Benjamin Zephaniah (A British writer who was included in The Times list of Britain’s top 50 post-war writers)
- Mary Seacole (Funded her own trip to Crimea in 1854 to nurse wounded British soldiers on the battlefield)
6 Author posters
7 Hidden Figures resource
Students will discuss the importance of people having their achievements recognised, the impact three black women had on NASA and the whitewashing that takes place in the film. (You will need to purchase the film for this resource)