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Whether you are interested in becoming a more racially conscious educator, or you are simply an individual seeking to learn more about racial matters, we invite you to listen to our podcast and join us on a life-long journey of anti-racist education. The Anti-Racist Educator is run by a collective of educators of colour and based in Scotland. As an online learning platform, The Anti-Racist Educator aims to critically challenge racism by exploring teaching, discussing ideas and sharing learni ...
 
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In this wide-ranging episode, Hashim spoke with Karim Mitha back in October 2020 about the influence of racism on mental health, with a focus on Muslim communities in Scotland. Karim is a speciality registrar in public health medicine with expertise in ethnic health inequalities, social determinants of health, and migrant communities and mental hea…
 
In this episode, Melina interviews Michelle Codrington-Rogers, the first (known) Black female president in British teacher trade union history. Michelle shares with us her journey from truly knowing herself thanks to Saturday schools, to getting hooked to activism as the Black Students Officer, and rising even higher in the teacher trade union rank…
 
In this second episode on our mental health series, Ellie and Amy from IYS (Intercultural Youth Scotland) talk to Melina and Sangeeta about the launch of IYS specialised mental health service for Black and POC young people. We discuss the impact of racial trauma on young BPoC and the barriers to accessing mental health services for BPoC youth. The …
 
In this first episode on racial trauma, the founder of Black Learning Achievement and Mental Health (BLAM), Ife Thompson, speaks to Melina and Sangeeta about the BLAM's work and her understanding of the impacts of racial trauma on young Black British people. Amongst the strategies for healing, Ife discusses the importance of teaching Black History,…
 
Uuganaa Ramsay is an award-winning author, campaigner and advocate. In this podcast she delves into the story of how the word Mongol was misused to describe people with Down Syndrome. The activist also lays out why is it so important to proudly use the word Mongol and to speak about and celebrate Mongol identity and culture. Uuganaa shares with us …
 
Hashim and Sangeeta chat with Fowsia and Mea from Kids of Colour- a platform that provides space for young people of colour to explore race, identity and culture and support them to challenge racism. They talk to us about their 'No Policing in Schools' campaign, the response it's received in Greater Manchester, and the impact of school policing on …
 
Hashim chats with esteemed educator from the States, Curtis Acosta. He and his students were the focus of the film "Precious Knowledge" which told the story of the Mexican-American Studies program at Tuscon Magnet High School in Arizona. We go in depth on the significance of the program, the orchestrated backlash against it from reactionary element…
 
To be, or not to be racist, that's not the question. In this episode, Zeus Leonardo shares what it means for educators to pledge to anti-racism, as opposed to simply "being" racist or not racist (because one can be both). Professor Zeus Leonardo is renowned scholar in Critical Social Theory and he draws on critical theories to make sense of oppress…
 
In this episode, we speak to one of the most important minds in the field of critical pedagogy, Peter McLaren. It's an incredible journey through his experiences of teaching, realising the centrality of the political contexts we operate in, and seeing how critical pedagogy can set us free. Check us out at https://twitter.com/AntiRacistEd and suppor…
 
In partnership with the Scottish Association for the Teaching of English (SATE), this episode features two members of The Anti-Racist Educator, Navan and Melina, who discuss decolonial theory and explain how it can be applied to the secondary English curriculum in Scotland. Navan and Melina return to the theoretical roots of "decolonising the curri…
 
After taking us through some of the key tenets of Critical Race Theory, interest convergence and counter-narratives, Professor Gloria Ladson-Billings shares her expertise in Culturally Relevant Pedagogy. There are 3 key ideas in Culturally Relevant Pedagogy, all outlined in her research (see The Dream Keepers: Successful Teachers of African-America…
 
For this second episode on Critical Race Theory (CRT), Professor David Gillborn shares his own journey with CRT and how it helped him become a better thinker, a better scholar and a better anti-racist activist. CRT is a theory that predicts how race is always going to be used against racialised minorities, particularly Black people. We applied CRT …
 
This episode is part of a series looking at anti-racist theory and pedagogy with key experts from the UK and beyond. In this episode, Dr Paul Warmington helps us unpack Critical Race Theory and uncovers some of the hidden histories of Black British intellectuals. Dr Paul Warmington is a Black British Professor at the University of Warwick and his b…
 
What, exactly, is state racism? We know what it means to be subjected to explicit, in-your-face racist abuse, but what about the racism that lives in our government and the departments and institutions that flow from it? We chatted to the amazing Smina Akhtar about her research into this topic and consider the history of British immigration policie…
 
In this episode, acclaimed poet, playwright and educator Hannah Lavery joins us to discuss her poignant work and touch upon how Scotland can be a violent and oblivious place for black people and other people of colour. We talk about the Sheku Bayoh case, her play "Lament for Sheku Bayoh", an amazing reading of one of her poems from "The Drift" call…
 
This is the second of a series of episodes looking at the media and popular culture through the lens of anti-racism. In this episode, we discuss four anti-racist songs spanning across the US and UK, from various genres: Dave- Black, Beyonce- Brown Skin Girl, Aretha Franklin- Respect and Bob Marley- Redemption Song. Join Sangeeta, Abbey and Titi (3 …
 
This is the first of a series of episodes looking at the media and popular culture through the lens of anti-racism, and discusses two classic British Asian movies: East is East, and Bend it Like Beckham. Join Hashim, Navan, Sangeeta, and Melina as we sift through these two pretty groundbreaking films and tie them into our own identities and stories…
 
Political Blackness is more about the colour of your politics than the colour of your skin. Back in October 2019, to celebrate Black History Month in Scotland, we recorded an event in which Khadija, Hashim, Franklin, Eyram, Jatin, Azita and Mélina discuss the origins of political Blackness, its current use and its future. This episode explores the …
 
Following on from our recent blog post on institutional racism in Scottish education, Hashim and Sangeeta visit Ann in East Lothian to discuss her experiences of institutional racism in education, its impact on her family and her hopes for the future. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-anti-racist-educator/message…
 
In this episode, participants of colour at one of The Anti-Racist Educator's public engagement meetings attempt to tackle challenging questions about race and its relevance in Scotland. Apologies for the bad quality of the audio - we were not working with professional microphones but this is something that we will try to improve for our next episod…
 
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