This Friday (22 October 2021) is Wear Red Day – a show of solidarity and force against racism and a celebration of Show Racism the Red Card (SRtRC), the UK’s largest anti-racism educational charity, established in 1996 thanks in part …

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Free reads Bloomsbury Cultural History have made a series of their ebooks on ethnic experiences available to read for free until the end of November 2021: ‘When are you going back?’ Memory, ethnicity and the British Home Front White Women and …

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National Book Tokens has invited people 16-24 years old to nominate themselves or others in this age range to win £1,000 of National Book Tokens to spend on books, such as university textbooks and other essential reading to celebrate National Book …

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Happy International Friendship Day, everybody! There’s no better day to message your mates to let you know you are thinking of them… or actually meet up, now it’s finally allowed! Who started International Friendship Day? International Friendship Day started as …

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On 28 June 1969, police raided a gay club in Greenwich Village, New York. Not an unsurprising event – it was still illegal for men to dance together in a nightclub, let alone have consensual sexual relationships, and “masquerading” as …

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