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History: South Africa – Women & The Anti-Apartheid Movement With Dr Nicholas Grant From University of East Anglia
October 10 @ 11:10 - 11:55
In this live interactive History session which we are running as part of Black History Month, we will be joined by Dr Nicholas Grant, Associate Professor at University of East Anglia, who will explore South Africa: Women and The Anti-Apartheid Movement.
The struggle against apartheid was one of the most significant movements for human rights in the twentieth century. At every stage, women were at the forefront of protests to end white supremacist rule in South Africa.
This session will explore these contributions. Focusing on the anti-apartheid movement in the 1950s, it will examine how a multi-racial alliance of women challenged the race, gender and class inequalities that were integral to the apartheid system.
Lecturer Profile (Please Click): Dr Nicholas Grant
Our events are designed so that a group of students can take part from a classroom, or students and teachers can take part as individuals, either from school or from home. This means that sessions will continue irrespective of possible school closures.
As a live, participative event, this session will not be recorded but access resources, including slides, will be shared afterwards, where available.
Suitable for: Key Stage 5, and equivalent, students studying or with an interest in studying History and related subjects and/or are taking part as part of Black History Month. Teachers and members of school staff, as always, are welcome too and participants can join as individuals from school/college or home, or as a group from school/college.
Preparation/Pre-Reading: Students may wish to consider the topic in advance and can also think about questions they have about studying History at university level.
The IT Setup: The event will be run on Bluejeans and participants will be able to join using laptops, tablets, and mobile devices. If you are joining as a school group, we recommend connecting with one device and projecting on to a whiteboard. You will be able to interact with the university via a microphone and/or typed comments and questions. Full details will be sent to those who have registered (see below) prior to the event.
Booking a Place: This is free for schools and colleges. If you would like to take part in this event, please register your interest using the link to the registration form below: