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Andrew Phillips caught up with Steve Chalk, leader and founder of Oasis, spoke about Race, the U.N. and Break the Cycle.


How a Racist Education Produces a Racist Culture 

Join us for the second Break the Cycle conference online on Saturday, 18 July 2020 from 10am to 1pm (supported by The Times Educational Supplement) 

Tickets are free at:

Entitled ‘Time for Change: How a Racist Education produces a Racist Culture’, conference speakers include Lord Michael Hastings (Chancellor of Regent’s University London), Tessy Ojo (CEO of The Diana Award) and Professor Robert Beckford (a BAFTA award winning documentary film maker, scholar at Canterbury Christ Church University and activist researching racial justice).

Keynote presentations will cover:

Black Lives Matter: Implications for Education, Teacher Training and Recruitment

Black Leadership – Lessons from the Frontline

I Can’t Beathe’ – Lord Michael Hastings will conclude with an inspirational account of his own experiences as a black business leader

 ‘We want all those who care about racial equity to understand the key role that education plays and to commit to being part of the national ‘Break the Cycle Movement’ says Professor Robert Beckford. ‘We want to get the job done!’

Our objectives 

Break the Cycle is a national grassroots movement committed to promoting Black, Asian and minority ethnic leadership across education and youth work in the UK.The Break the Cycle Manifesto is an action plan for all schools and their communities as we work to challenge and change the cultures that hold back the next generation of BAME leadership.

The current massive under-representation of BAME leaders with Children and Young People – especially at senior levels – fails all our children and teachers as well as our whole society.  This must change in order to:

  • Tackle racism in and beyond our schools
  • Encourage BAME students to aspire to the highest levels of leadership
  • Address the unconscious bias that leadership is white

The Break the Cycle movement is supported by a Manifesto and an Action Plan for local communities. These are designed to help individual schools and our ‘local task groups’ challenge and change the cultures that hold back the next generation of BAME leadership.

Written by: Miriam Emenike

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