The Black Curriculum Migration
Published by DK Children
By Millie Mensah
Illustrated by Camilla Ru
Foreword by Maro Itoje
About The Black Curriculum Migration
Uncover the journeys that define Black British History in this informative, boldly illustrated collection of migration stories.
Learn the incredible untold stories of the people, places and journeys that shaped Britain, and be inspired to continue learning beyond the page.
In this brand new series from The Black Curriculum, learn about how migration has shaped Black British History. Discover how migration has been part of British history right from the start. For example, did you know Black people lived in Britain during Roman times? Or that there was a Black trumpeter in Henry VIII's court? Find out more in this fascinating guide to Britain's diverse history.
Discover the Black British people who campaigned for the abolition of slavery in the 18th century, like Olaudah Equiano. Find out what brought people to Britain in the 20th century and what life was like for them. Learn how migration is important to Britain's identity and history, and how it continues today. This book features a foreword from Maro Itoje, bright, bold illustrations and extra facts at the back, including a timeline and glossary of key terms.
Explore key stories in Black British History alongside:
- Written by Millie Mensah with beautiful and striking illustrations by Camilla Ru
- Empowering tone to inspire children to ask questions and continue their learning beyond the page.
- Part of a bold, eye-catching three-part series.
- Information is presented clearly in an engaging, accessible format.
- Text is accessible for children ages 8+ but the tone will continue to appeal to children up to age 16.
Founded by Lavinya Stennet, the Black Curriculum is an organisation dedicated to promoting the learning of Black British history within schools, via workshops and free teaching resources. Black British history is currently not taught consistently in British schools, despite being recommended by reports such as the Windrush review and the MacPherson Report as a way of tackling racism.
This series provides a resource to fill the gap and aims to support the work that the Black Curriculum is doing. The books will act as a resource in the classroom, as well as promoting independent learning. The bold illustrations from Black British illustrators, and age-appropriate text present the information in a fun and accessible way.
At DK, we believe in the power of discovery.
So why stop there?
The Black Curriculum - Migration is a three-part series for children aged 8+ who want to learn more about Black British History, alongside teachers seeking to inspire children to learn more about the subject. Explore important sites in Black British History with The Black Curriculum - Places, and discover an inspiring collection of stories of iconic figures from Black British History with The Black Curriculum - Legacies.