CBA Equality, Diversity and Inclusion statement
The CBA has released a statement on Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in Heritage. You can read our statement here.
Museum Detox - The Network for Museum and Heritage Workers who identify as of colour.
Society of Black Archaeologists - promoting academic excellence and social responsibility by creating a space for Black archaeologists and other scholars who support SBA’s goals and activities.
Black in Arts and Humanities - a global Twitter community of Black people in the Arts & Humanities.
Black Cultural Archives - Black Cultural Archives is the only national heritage centre dedicated to collecting, preserving and celebrating the histories of African and Caribbean people in Britain.
Migration Museum - The Migration Museum explores how the movement of people to and from Britain across the ages has made us who we are – as individuals and as a nation.
People’s History Museum - the national museum of democracy, telling the story of its development in Britain: past, present, and future.
The Peace Museum - The Peace Museum explores the history and the often untold stories of peace, peacemakers, social reform and peace movements.
International Slavery Museum - Increasing the understanding of transatlantic, chattel and other forms of enslavement.
Guide to Allyship - An open source starter guide to help you become a more thoughtful and effective ally.
Privilege Quiz, Intersectional Glam – Quiz to help you understand if privilege plays a large role in your life.
Articles, podcasts and presentations:
Access, diversity, representation in the heritage sector talk by Sara Wajid and Reyahn King, York Heritage Research Seminars
Re-loading the Archaeological Canon: Decolonising the Undergraduate Archaeology Curriculum by Colleen Morgan
A reading list of scholarship by people of colour on slavery and colonialism, c.1500-1750 by Brodie Waddell on The Many Headed Monster.
Relationships and Reconciliation at Fort Edmonton by Darren Dalgleish - Supporting the Indigenous voice in Canadian history.
Myths within myths: Edward Colston and that statue by Roger Ball on the Bristol Radical History Group website.
The myth of Edward Colston: Bristol Docks, the ‘merchant’ elite and the legitimisation of authority, 1860-1880 by Spencer, Jordan, in Poole, S (ed.) (2013) A city built upon the water: maritime Bristol, 1750-1880, pp. 175-196
The Coen Case presentation by the Director of Westfries Museum, Dr Ad Geerdink - dealing with a statue celebrating the life of a governor of the Dutch East India Company.
The Best in Heritage YouTube channel - Includes a number of presentations discussing contested histories.
1919: The Year of Race Riots and Revolts, podcast by Jamie Baker
Diversifying participation in the historic environment workforce, CBA Research Bulletin No 2, 2012
Supporting Community Archaeology in the UK Results of a 2018 Survey, CBA Research Bulletin No 6, 2018 - Includes data on the lack of diversity within community archaeology in the UK.
Mentoring Womxn in Archaeology - An inclusive, diverse and welcoming group for all who feel underrepresented in the archaeology and heritage disciplines.
Seeing Red - Promoting better menstrual health and hygiene on archaeological sites
LGBT Foundation - Supporting the needs of the diverse range of people who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans.
Mind UK - Providing advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem.
Vocal Eyes - Bringing theatre, museums, galleries and heritage sites to life for blind and partially sighted people.
Autism Alliance - Raising awareness and providing information for autism-friendly communities.
Professional archaeology organisations and unions
CIfA - The leading professional body representing archaeologists working in the UK and overseas.
Prospect - The Archaeologists' branch of Prospect independent trade union.
FAME - The distinctive voice of archaeological employers and managers.
Historic England - The organisation's equalities statement.
The RSA - The RSA’s work on Heritage and Inclusive Growth is about how to make sure that economic growth driven by heritage is sustainable, with benefits for everyone in the local community, not just a few.