Beryl Agatha Gilroy

A teacher, novelist, an ethno-psychotherapist, and poet who has been described as one of Britain’s most significant post-war Caribbean migrants’ part of the Windrush generation.

Betty Campbell MBE

Betty Campbell MBE was a Welsh community activist, who was Wales’ first black head teacher.

Bobby William Austin

He is an American sociologist, lecturer, and writer. He is a leading scholar on African American men and boys and was the first person, as…

Booker Taliaferro Washington

Booker T Washington was the founder of the new Tuskegee Institute, created for the higher education of Black people.

Edmund Wyatt Gordon

Edmund Wyatt Gordon was a professor of psychology and had a tremendous influence on contemporary thinking in psychology, education and social policy and the implications…

Fatima al-Fihri

During her lifetime, Fatima was called the “mother of boys”. According to historian Mohammed Yasser Hilali, “this nickname probably stems from her charity and the…

Gus John

He has done notable work in the fields of education policy, management and international development.

Jocelyn Barrow DBE (Dame)

She was a British educator, community activist and politician, who was the Director for UK Development at Focus Consultancy Ltd.

Katherine Birbalsingh CBE

She is a British teacher and education reformer who is the founder and head teacher of Michaela Community School, a free school established in 2014…

Kelly Miller

Kelly Miller was the first Black man to attend John Hopkins University, and he changed the American curriculum to include social sciences.
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