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Papers of Stella Dadzie

 Fonds
Identifier: DADZIE

Scope and Contents

The collection contains material relating to the Organisation of Women of Asian and African Descent (OWAAD), the chapter drafts for Heart of the Race, ephemera and periodicals relating to campaigning both within the Black women's movement and other student organisations.

Dates

  • 1970-1985

Biographical / Historical

Stella Dadzie is a published writer and historian, best known for The Heart of the Race: Black Women's lives in Britain, which won the 1985 Martin Luther King Award for Literature.



Her career as a writer and education activist spans 25 years. She has written numerous publications and resources aimed at promoting an inclusive curriculum and good practice with Black adult learners and other minorities.



She is well known within the UK for her contribution to tackling youth racism and working with racist perpetrators, and is a key contributor to the development of anti-racist strategies with schools, colleges and youth services.

Extent

36 boxes

Language of Materials

Undetermined

Related Materials

ORAL/1/12, Mckenley

Title
Black Cultural Archives: Papers of Stella Dadzie
Author
Black Cultural Archives
Date
21/02/2022
Language of description
Undetermined
Script of description
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Repository Details

Part of the Archives Collection Repository

Contact:
Black Cultural Archives
1 Windrush Square
London