These activities provide examples for how London Against Racism‘s oral history resources can be used in education.
Take on the role of a ‘memory activist’ and perform oral histories in a group.
Use the interviews to explore creative writing and see how different people can have common experiences.
Memories are always tied to locations that hold different meanings for people. Listen to audio recordings and trace the story through maps.
People use murals to remember the history that matters to their neighbourhoods. See how murals have been used for memory, and design your own.
If you have used London Against Racism in a school workshop, or if you have any
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