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10 Ways You Can Make A Difference: Black Lives Matter

You have posted a black square on Instagram and signed a few petitions. What else can you do to make a difference in one of the biggest movements of our time?  Below I have listed some other ways in which you can play your part. Keep going and don't stop. The fight against racism isn't over. 

Photo Source: BBC News, Protest in Liverpool

  • The Black Lives Matter Global Network
  • Witness Black History - BBC Sounds
  • The Next Episode - Special Episode
  • 1619 - The NY Times
  • About Race - Reni Eddo-Lodge
  • Intersectionality Matters 
  • Stay In Your Lane
TV Documentaries & Films:
  • Will Britain Ever Have A Black Prime Minister? - BBC IPlayer
  • 13th - Netflix
  • Becoming (Michelle Obama) - Netflix
  • Stay Woke- The Black Lives Matter Movement Documentary - Youtube
  • This World - BBCIPlayer
  • Black AF - Netflix
  • My World - BBCIPlayer
  • The Colour of Compromise - Amazon Prime

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Photo Source: The Insurance Times Infographic


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