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Afro Caribbean Millennium Centre
Educational resources for teachers.

 
Birmingham Black History
This site was set up to promote events during Birmingham's Black History Month celebrations, but as Black History happens all year round this will be a resource for edutainment for all.

 
Birmingham Repertory Theatre
Birmingham Repertory Theatre seeks to introduce new and foreign plays into the British theatre repertoire.

 
BirminghamLives: The Carl Chinn Archive
Bringing together a growing collection of thousands of letters, poems, photographs and oral histories as well as a range of memorabilia and ephemera, BirminghamLives evokes the day-to-day lives of working-class Brummies of all cultures.

 
Black and Ethnic Minority Experience (BE-ME)
BE-ME was established in 1999 to record the experiences of African-Caribbean and Asian people who came to Wolverhampton after World War II.

 
Chinese Culture and Research Centre
The Chinese Culture and Research Centre was established '...to promote the communication and understanding between British and Chinese communities."

 
Coming to Coventry, Stories from the South Asian Pioneers
Coming to Coventry records the experiences of South Asian migrants who came to Coventry from the 1940s to the 1960s.

 
Dhol Playaz
Provision of tuition and school-based workshops on the use of Indian instruments.

 
Drum, The
Arts centre dedicated to developing and promoting African, Caribbean and Asian arts and culture.

 
EXODUS - Caribbean History Board Game
The game board tells the story from Enslavement to Emancipation, with general knowledge questions on British Caribbean and Englsih-speaking Caribbean people, cultures, geography and history, for the over 8\\\'s
 

 
Festival Shop
Provides access to multifaith calendars, books, posters and other resources in the area of multifaith and multicultural activity together with a look at world citizenship. .

 
Harriet Tubman Bookshop
The bookshop serves as the source of knowledge for learning about the black self. The bringing together of literature from the Diaspora ľ connecting histories, roots and African heritage is its mission.
 

 
InVisible Histories CD-ROM
The InVisible Histories CD ROM is an exciting interactive way to find out about the experiences, cultures and histories of people who have made Coventry their home.
 

 
Islamic Resource Centre
Advice on education and training for the local community.

Access to computers and the internet. CAB sessions Fridays by appointment.
 

 
Midland Refugee Council (Birmingham)
Advice for asylum seekers and refugees who have Exceptional Leave to Remain (ELR) or Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR). \r\nServices include education and training.
 

 
Midland Refugee Council (Coventry)
Advice for asylum seekers and refugees on subjects including employment and training, access to education.
 

 
Multicultural Textiles
Multicultural and associated textiles, batik, tie-dye, embroidery, shisha mirrors, wall hangings, bells and much more from a huge range of countries in Africa, Asia and South and Central America.
 

 
Muzik Kinda Sweet by Pogus Caesar
The book Muzik Kinda Sweet by Pogus Caesar is an evocative and nostalgic look at iconic Black performers from the last 25 years.

 
Somali Coventry and Warwickshire Community (Solcom)
Advice and information for Somali refugees and asylum seekers on education and employment etc.
 

 
Somali Immigrants Resources Development Organisation
Supporting Somali refugees and asylum seekers with education and housing rights etc. A youth club is available.
 

 

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