Black History, Events, Events, Seminars, Women's History

27th October: Stella Dadzie

Join us for a special seminar to mark Black History Month: Stella Dadzie, ‘A Kick in the Belly’

Wednesday, 27th October 2021 at 4pm (UK)

Register on Zoom here

A Kick in the Belly (2020)

Stella Dadzie is a feminist writer, historian and education activist, best known for her co-authorship of The Heart of the Race: Black Women’s lives in Britain which was re-published by Verso in 2018 as a Feminist Classic. She is a founder member of OWAAD (Organisation of Women of African and Asian Descent), a national umbrella group for Black women that emerged in the late 1970s as part of the British Civil Rights movement.   She has written numerous publications and resources aimed at promoting good practice with black learners and other minorities, including resources to decolonise and diversify the UK national curriculum in schools and colleges.  Her latest book, A Kick in the Belly: Women, Slavery and Resistance was published last year to much acclaim.

 

Stella Dadzie

 

 

Stella Dadzie BIBLIOGRAPHY

  • A Kick in the Belly: Women, Slavery & Resistance (Verso, 2020)
  • The Heart of the Race: Black Women’s Lives in Britain (Virago, 1985 & Verso, 2018)
  • WORKING WITH BLACK ADULT LEARNERS: a Practical Guide (NIACE, 1993)
  • Racetracks: A Resource Pack for Tackling Racism with Young People (LB Greenwich,1993)
  • BLOOD, SWEAT & TEARS: Account of an Anti-Racist Detached Youth Work Project (National Youth Agency, 1997)
  • Making a Difference: A resource pack for people who want to become more active citizens (NIACE, 1999)
  • Equality Assurance: Self Assessment for EO in Further Education (FEDA, 1998)
  • Auditing for Equality: Auditing Council Performance against the CRE’s Racial Equality Means Quality Standard (CRE, 1999
  • Equalities in Practice: A Guide to Mainstreaming (LSC/ LSDA 2001
  • Equality & Diversity in Adult & Community Learning (NIACE/ LSDA , March 2002)
  • Toolkit for Tackling Racism in Schools (Trentham Books, 2000)
  • RACE EQUALITY IN EMPLOYMENT Good Practice Guide 1 – Recruitment & Selection: Attracting People who Want to Get in (for the Commission for Black Staff in FE, July 2002)
  • RACE EQUALITY IN EMPLOYMENT Good Practice Guide 2 – Retention & Progression: Keeping People who Want to Stay (for the Commission for Black Staff in FE, March 2003)
  • RACE EQUALITY IN EMPLOYMENT Good Practice Guide 3 – Staff Development: Training People who Need to Know (for the Commission for Black Staff in FE, Oct 2003)
  • TRIAL AND ERROR – Learning about Racism through Citizenship Education –A DfES-funded CD-Rom to support Teachers at KS3&4 (2003)

 

Stella‘s poetry has also been published in NEW DAUGHTERS OF AFRICA, An International Anthology of Writing by Women of African Descent (ed. Margaret Busby, Myriad, 2018) and TEMPA TUPU! Africana Women‘s Poetic Self-Portrait (Africa World Press, 2008).

 

 

Sign up now for a place in the Zoom webinar. 

The seminar will also be livestreamed on Facebook and available for 24 hours.

Tagged , , , , ,

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.