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Learning About Race Together
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Learning About Race Together

Since the Black Lives Matter protests and the toppling of the Edward Colston statue in Bristol last week, various members of our community have told us they want to learn more about race equality, but don’t know where to start. We thought it might be useful to put together a short list of resources intended to be used as a ‘starter pack’ as with a topic as huge as race it can feel a little overwhelming knowing where to begin. The important thing is to start somewhere and we hope the following is useful for that.  Bristol and Race Race…

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Better Together

Better Together We have been overwhelmed and delighted (but not surprised) by the way the people of the UK generally and Bristol specifically have responded to the Coronavirus pandemic.  There have been a huge number of amazing examples of people and organisations joining forces, volunteering for causes, and putting aside their own problems so that they can help others. Below is some of the positive news and good stories we have heard so far, and we know there are many more - feel free to share yours in the comments! Our Wonderful NHS 750,000 Volunteers for the NHS: on the…

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Caring for the Community: How to Help in Bristol

At 91 Ways we are all about community and at this unsettling time, we need community more than ever before. It's hard to know what is best to do and how is best to act, both in terms of looking after ourselves and our loved ones, but also knowing how we can help protect the most vulnerable in our community. There are lots of amazing local organisations springing into action, so we have put together this list to help direct you to resources we think are useful. We will do our best to keep it updated.  Ways you can help: Volunteer…

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Our Community Recipe: Reena’s Kedgeree

Our Community Recipe: Reena's Kedgeree We hope you enjoy this heartwarming Indian kedgeree. We asked Reena to tell us a bit about her relationship with cooking and how her heritage has influenced her cooking style. "My parents immigrated from New Delhi, India to start a new and exciting life in England. We siblings were born and bred in England and very much grew up in an environment that straddled both cultures. This was mostly reflected in the food we ate. Mum would add onions and fresh green chillis to baked beans or the roast chicken would have an Indian spiced…

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