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Please find below recommended reading, watching, and listening on decolonising geography and send any of your suggestions to Thank you all!

Why decolonise the geography curriculum?

Confronting the Deafening Silence on Race in Geography Education in England by Steve Puttick and Amber Murray

Geography and Education 1L The state of health of geography in schools by Chris Winter

A critical look at the relational in geography classrooms by Fran Martin and Fatima Pirbhai-Illich

Challenging Perceptions of Africa in Schools By Barbara O’Toole, Ebun Joseph, David Nyaluke

White Privilege – Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack by Peggy McIntosh

How to decolonise the geography curriculum

Tackling the Whiteness of Geography by Charlotte Milner

A relational approach to decolonizing education by Fran Martin and Fatima Pirbhai-Illich

Actionable Curriculum Theory by Vanessa De Oliveira Andreotti

Places to learn more

Race, Empire and Education Collective is an interdisciplinary research collective that supports critical discussions of race, racialisation and racism in education.

Decolonising Education: From theory to Practice is a free online course created by the University of Bristol

The Connected Sociologies Curriculum have some brilliant decolonising modules available