Hello, First time poster here! I, like many others, have been thinking carefully about the impact of systemic racism on the black community in the UK since the Black Lives Matter movement in America. It is clear that the evidence is there to say we have a long way to go still and as educators of the youngest members of school I feel we have a huge responsibility to try to make a difference. Does anyone have any ideas for how your would approach improving children's awareness of multi culturalism and becoming an anti-racist school? So far all I have is an ever growing list of books which I think should be in every classroom, amongst other books so that seeing a character who has black or brown skin becomes the norm. Looking at my class bookshelf, all I have is Handa's Surprise - which in my opinion is not representative of the black community and isn't particularly exciting to read! Any plans, strategies, conversations would be greatly appreciated!