A collection of Bitesize films and guides to use with your class to explore the key figures during the Civil Rights Movement. Find out about the impact of Rosa Parks' Montgomery Bus Boycott, what happened at the 1961 'Freedom Rides', the importance of African American churches and much more.
A collection of clips in which historian David Olusoga looks at the abolition of slavery in Britain and the extraordinary choice by the government of the day to compensate slave owners for their loss of 'property'. Suitable for teaching students aged 14-16. These clips contain scenes which some younger viewers may find upsetting. Teacher review is recommended prior to use in class.
Simon Armitage analyses how Martin Luther King's "I have a dream" speech is an example of great oratory and one which changed the mindset of a nation. He focuses on how the use of metaphor, rhythm, intensity and pauses helped the speech to inspire action in people.
Share this iWonder timeline looking at whether Martin Luther King achieved his life's dream. The key dates, events and people who influenced his life are explored through an extensive archive of video and audio clips, accounts and articles.
BBC Radio 1xtra are celebrating it's African and Caribbean heritage during Black History Month this October. Watch and listen to documentaries and interviews with Jazzie B, Alexandra Burke and Labrinth.