We have been showcasing and celebrating the thoughts, expressions, experiences and innovations of the black community. From showcasing what Angela Benton has been doing to pioneer and promote diversity in the technology industry, to Kimberly Bryant who launched Black Girls Code, an organisation devoted to teaching young girls of colour computer coding and programming languages. We also launched a book club to internally educate ourselves on the intricacies of diversity. This month we have been discussing prominent themes relating to the Black Lives Matter Movement and Black British History. We wanted to share our list of resources for anyone interested in diving into some of the materials we read, listened to, and watched.
Since our solidarity post with Black Lives Matter, we at Bamboo Crowd have been dedicated to internally educating ourselves on the intricacies of diversity. We set up an initiative that focuses on teaching prominent themes relating to the Black Lives Matter Movement and Black British History.
Here is the list of resources that we studied this past month. We'd love to hear from our community about other great resources that we can share internally and across our network: