In this episode Nasra, Vas, and Tomi explore what it is to be an immigrant child
What discussions to expect:Where your ethnicity lies within your identity - How British are you? Connotations around "Where are you really from?" Assimilation and 'Keeping your roots' What does it mean to really be British? Pressures that come with being the First generation Having to explore higher education and career paths without guidance Aspects of your culture you wish to preserve Advice for students in the same boat
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In this episode, Maxine and Sophie discuss their experiences and opinions surrounding their mixed race identities.
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Our hosts for this episode - Cherie and Nasra discuss the aims and effects of the big change project - a 2 year university initiative for departments within MMU to pledge commitments to equity centred goals for BAME students. What to expect:
- definitions around the awarding gap and why its a concern
- what were student concerns around the project
- highlighting good practise in the commitments
- discussions around BAME overrepresentation in stats
- why this project is important
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In this episode we discuss how race is constructed with our special guest Khadijah Diskin.
We explore ways to how we can speak about race and also delve into racial literacy.
And we hope you enjoy this episode as much as we enjoyed creating it.
In this episode we discuss the many stereotypes that come with being a black women. And our special guest Shanique Clarke talks about her experiences of being a black women in the work place.
It’s finally here! In our first episode you’ll get to know the hosts Awo, Bethany, and Tamara. Find out where we are from, why we started this podcast, and tune in for some fun and games too!
Welcome to the Shades of Tea Podcast! We are so excited to launch this, we'll be discussing the different cultures and experiences of students, and explore what it is like to be BAME in society. Keep an eye out for our first episode, coming soon!