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Anti-Slavery International
Anti-Slavery International, founded in 1839, is the world's oldest international human rights organisation and the only charity in the United Kingdom to work exclusively against slavery and related abuses.

Arthur Probsthain Oriental & African bookseller
As one of the oldest bookshops in London, Arthur Probsthain provides a wide range of books reflecting African and Asian cultural perspectives.

Ayebia Clarke Literary Agency & Publishing Ltd.
Publishing and literary agency specialising in African and Caribbean writing with a focus on the encouragement of budding writers.

Bangla Stories
The Bangla Stories website is the result of a three year LSE/Cambridge oral history research project exploring the history and experience of Bengali migrants. It also includes a teaching resource pack based on this material with KS3 lesson plans.

BBC Abolition website
BBC website on the slave trade, abolition and present-day slavery.

BBC Legacies Website
The Legacies website searches through our past and tells stories so you can discover our history.

BBC World Service - The Story of Africa
The history of the continent from an African perspective.

Belonging - A Cross-Curricular Learning Experience for Key Stage 3: History
A transnational initiative designed to enable young people to explore intercultural dialogue. Lesson plans include History.

Ben Uri Gallery, the London Jewish Museum of Art
Ben Uri has a unique and important permanent collection of over 200 British and European Jewish artists reflecting close to 1000 works of art across all mediums.

Bicentenary of the abolition of the slave trade - commemorative magazine
The Government has published a commemorative magazine to mark the bicentenary of the abolition of the slave trade.

Birmingham Black History
This site was set up to promote events during Birmingham's Black History Month celebrations, but as Black History happens all year round this will be a resource for edutainment for all.

BirminghamLives: The Carl Chinn Archive
Bringing together a growing collection of thousands of letters, poems, photographs and oral histories as well as a range of memorabilia and ephemera, BirminghamLives evokes the day-to-day lives of working-class Brummies of all cultures.

Bishop's Stortford Museum
Looks at the colonial history of South Africa and the culture of Black Africa more generally.

Black and Asian Studies Association
The Black and Asian Studies Association (BASA; till October 1997 ASCACHIB) was formed in 1991. The aim of the Association is to foster research and to disseminate information on the history of Black peoples in Britain.

Black and Ethnic Minority Experience (BE-ME)
BE-ME was established in 1999 to record the experiences of African-Caribbean and Asian people who came to Wolverhampton after World War II.

Black British Heritage
Black British Heritage works to raise the awareness of the whole community to the contributions made by Black people to Britain and British society.

Black Cultural Archives and Museum
Education packs for teachers; historic resources, photographs, exhibitions; local information.

Black Europeans - British Library Online Gallery
A series of features guest-curated by Mike Phillips for the British Library Online Gallery.

Black History 4 Schools
This website includes downloadable teaching materials, articles and weblinks and a blog to facilitate debate and discussion about teaching Black and Asian British history.

Black History Month
This website is four years old and is available all year round. We also run and organise workshops across the UK as we have a network of trainers, tutors, teachers and art practitioners. We have worked with schools, nurseries, day care centres, organisations in the private and voluntary sector plus detention centres.


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