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BLAM UK ( Black History Bites)
A weekly 10 min history podcast to aid your Black history learning.
Nov 26, 2020
Black Power in the Caribbean Series: Trinidad and Tobago 1970
Episode 3 in the Black Power in the Caribbean series looks at Trinidad and Tobago's 'Black Power Revolution', 1970. There were a number of events that contributed to this revolution, led by the Black community. The government could no longer ignore the voice of the majority!
Nov 20, 2020
Black Power in the Caribbean Series: Curaçao Uprising 1969
This is episode 2 in the Black Power in the Caribbean Series. We explore how Black workers on the island Curaçao fought for liberation.
Nov 11, 2020
Black Power in the Caribbean Series: Jamaica and the 'Rodney Riots' 1968
What did the fight for Black Power look like in the Caribbean? BLAM explores the fight for Black Power on a number of different Caribbean islands, to give you an idea of how a Black majority population took a stand!
Oct 26, 2020
Critical Race Theory
At BLAM we discuss the importance of Critical Race Theory
Oct 12, 2020
Yoruba Gender Roles
Today we discuss Yoruba Gender roles...
Sep 28, 2020
The Ancient Kingdom of Dahomey
Sophia from BLAM takes a look back at one of the ancient African kingdoms.
Sep 11, 2020
Africans in Edinburgh in the 1500s
Ife from BLAM UK takes on a short journey to explore the lives of two Africans that worked in the King of Scotland courtyard.
Aug 28, 2020
Notting Hill Carnival
Jodi-Ann from BLAM talks us through the significance of Notting Hill Carnival to the British Afro-Caribbean community.
Aug 12, 2020
The British Black Panther Party
Sophia from BLAM talks us through the little known British Black Panther Party.
Jul 29, 2020
Black People in South America
Sophia from BLAM talks to us about the under-represented black population in South America.
Jul 23, 2020
Indirect Rule in Africa
British dominance was maintained in African colonies through Indirect Rule. In this episode, Florence from BLAM will explain the basic ideas around Indirect Rule and why it was used.
Jul 22, 2020
Jodi-Ann from BLAM introduces us to some Black Mathematicians that have influenced the subject. Do you know any other Black Mathematicians?
Jul 8, 2020
Bold Black Women in recent History: Audre Lorde
Sophia from BLAM talks to us about activist and feminist Audre Lorde.
Jul 3, 2020
The UK's Blk Art Group 1979-1984
A look into a group that created a new form of Black British Radical Art- called the Blk Art Group. Their varying work pieces themed on Black identity and culture both globally and locally.
Jun 22, 2020
Sophia from BLAM talks us through the Windrush, on its 72 year anniversary.
Jun 19, 2020
The Bristol Bus Boycott
Florence from BLAM talks you though the main events of the Bristol Bus Boycott and how this brought about a significant change to the lives of Black people in Bristol.
Jun 17, 2020
Intersectionality x Black Lives Matter
Jodi-Ann talks us through why it important for us to consider intersectionality when fighting for all Black lives.
Jun 15, 2020
Black Lives Matter protests
Sophia from BLAM talks us through the current protests happening around the world.
Jun 5, 2020
The Caribbean Migrants who helped with rebuilding Britain
Jodi-Ann speaks to us about how the Windrush Generation helped with rebuilding Britain after WW2 and the troubles that they faced.
Jun 3, 2020
Mansa Musa and The Mali Empire
Blam's black history bites!
May 29, 2020
Sophia from BLAM tells us about the Black people in England during the Georgian period.
May 27, 2020
The Black Tudors
A journey into the lives of Black people living in Tudor Britan in under 5 mins !!
May 22, 2020
Sophia from BLAM guides you through an ancient civilisation...
May 16, 2020
Black History Bites by BLAM UK
BLAM UK ( Black Learning Achievement and Mental Health ) presents to you 'Black History Bites' a new educational podcast that will bring to you Black global history, through a range of 10 min long episodes. Check out our website www.blamcharity.com to access free Black history worksheets for children and young people aged 6- 16 years old.