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Zero Tolerance policies, a tool that entrenches anti-Blackness in UK Schools

By Ife Thompson Since the advent of the US-based charter Schools in the early 1990s, there has been a steady increase in UK schools towards the use of zero-tolerance behaviour policies. This is a behavioural policy that increases the likely hood of pupils in general, but Black pupils in particular, of being placed in Pupil ReferralContinue reading “Zero Tolerance policies, a tool that entrenches anti-Blackness in UK Schools”

Black languages throughout the Diaspora 

By Sophia Purdy-Moore Black British English, West African Creole, Jamaican Patois and more… Although Black British people only make up 3% of the UK’s general population, Black British English has had a profound impact on British and global culture. Black British English is a combination of The Jamaican Language (Patois), West African Creole (Pidgin) andContinue reading “Black languages throughout the Diaspora “

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