Over the last couple of years Don’t Divide Us (DDU), a grassroots organisation, has been punching above its weight with successes in raising issues in the media and with politicians. To capitalise on this and to move to a more professional footing we are in the process of appointing new members to the team.
BHCC cannot and must not be allowed to marginalise, misrepresent or silence the voices of Black and ethnic minority parents and residents who oppose their anti-racist schools strategy.
DDU believe the government can do more to prevent race based indoctrination in schools.
DDU’s full account of the failures of democratic policy making that enabled Brighton and Hove City Council to introduce racially divisive teacher training.
Don’t Divide Us doesn’t consider Brighton and Hove County Council’s (BHCC) efforts to remove certain overt references to Critical Race Theory (CRT) from their anti-racism policy as any sort of victory. This is merely a case of scrubbing the label off the tin while the contents remain exactly the same.
Brighton and Hove Council Finally Release Its Racial Literacy 101 Slides for Training Teachers
Are schools really rife with racism as some commentators claim? DDU supporter Adrian Hart argues no.
In The Woke University, Joanna Williams argues that this institutional model has replaced educational goals with a mission to inculcate particular values
Earlier this year, PGCE lecturer, Lesley Nelson-Addy, wrote in Britain’s leading professional publication for English teachers: The ‘new’ GCSE curriculum is Anglocentric and epistemically violent: it uses knowledge as a weapon. Not solely because of the removal of the Steinbeck classic, Of Mice and Men – a book most of us grew to enjoy […]
We are members of the University and College Union (UCU). Some of us have been active in organising in branches, including in past industrial disputes. The following reflects strong disagreements we have with the orientation of our union, manifest in the current motions that have been proposed to our Congress and sector conferences to be […]