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Representing children of colour in literature

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Faith Hope and Love with Chick Yuill

Kemi Bamgbose talks to Chick Yuill about what prompted her to write her new book ‘When Mr Mandela Came to Town’, about her concern that children of colour  –  particularly girls  – are under-represented in children’s literature, and about the importance of relations and friendships across different ethnic groups for people of all ages.

Written by: Miriam Emenike

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Prayer resource for racial justice

Inspirational Breakfast with Michael Fanstone Whatever some people may say or think, racism is not dead, and for many Christians in the UK it is something that they confront on a regular basis. One group that is attempting to combat racism, mainly by the use of social media, is Unique and United, and they’re working hard to develop a specific resource that will help to empower Christians to learn, pray and […]

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