EP 360: Black History Month with Dotun Abebayo, Djamila Boothman and Sam Baker

This week Harriet discusses Black History Month and is joined by Djamila Boothman, deputy head teacher at Woodside High School to talk about why Black, Asian and Minority ethnic authors have been sidelined from the curriculum. Dotun Abebayo, host of 400 years of taking the knee to talk about the inspiring resistance heroes who have fort for black freedom over 400 years. Plus, Sam Baker discusses her new book ‘The Shift’ and how menopause and life after it can really empower women. 


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