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African Caribbean arts in education project providing activity and drama based sessions in schools.

Angela Richardson - Storytelling
A range of activities to support schools and the community to reflect, value and extend pupils' cultural, social and personal identities.

Anti-Slavery Arch: Stroud
On the corner of the Paganhill Estate in Stroud, Gloucestershire stands an Arch, the only memorial of its type left in Britain, to the Abolition of Slavery in the British Colonies.

Asian Arts Agency
The Asian Arts Agency is dedicated to raising the profile of Asian Arts across the Bristol area and into the south west region. In particular they develop and promote Asian Arts events and programming.

Bristol Libraries
Collection of material relating to slavery and its abolition in main catalogue and local studies section.

British Empire & Commonwealth Museum
This museum charts the 500 year history of the rise and fall of the British Empire

Discovering Bristol
Website with information and resources about Bristol\'s role in the transatlantic slave trade. Who was involved, what was bought and sold, who stopped it, and what is the effect of the trade today?

Dorset's Hidden Histories: Uncovering Dorset's Multicultural Past
Book and exhibition that start to explore the presence of black people in Dorset of the last 400 years.

Experience Africa
We provide resources for the study of African music and African drumming.

Fairgame Theatre
Theatre production company providing a specific drama piece together with discussion materials for schools.

GLADE - Development Education Centre
Global and Development Education Centre - resources, training, North-South partnerships, sustainable development programmes

Gloucestershire Action for Refugees and Asylum Seekers (GARAS)
Provides a range of services, including advice and information on education.

iRespect is part of a programme backed by Gloucestershire LEA to promote tolerance and citizenship. This site has a wealth of information for students, educators and the wider community.

Joliba: Arts from Mali and the Niger Bend
Authentic arts and crafts, musical instruments, jewellery, sculpture, textiles, beads, books and educational resources imported directly from West Africa. Shop exhibition floor and mail order catalogue.

Maga Cornish Language Partnership
The Cornish Language Partnership website includes resources for schools wishing to introduce to the curriculum.

Persona Dolls
Range of multicultural dolls.

Plymouth Centre for Faiths and Cultural Diversity
PCFCD promotes education of world religion and cultural diversity based on the values of respect and tolerance. The Centre aims to achieve this by creating opportunities for interfaith and multicultural awareness, dialogue, understanding and celebration.

Racial Inclusion Project
A service supporting black minority ethnic young people. Offering: casework, young people's groups and advice to schools.

Remix aims to provide music making opportunities to young people, in particular those who have had limited access to such resources in the past.

South Devon Play Resource Centre (SPARC)
A charity that provides multicultural resource boxes and festival bags for hire.


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