Anti-white propaganda produced by the BBC to try and claim that there is no such thing as a "real" British person. Deleted after approximately a week of negative reviews. Re-posted here for informational purposes. The cosmopolitain elites are attempting to subvert the British people, as they have already done to the American people, by denying their humanity. Don't let them. White people have a right to exist. Resist.
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Originally published on Apr 9, 2018.
Suitable for teaching 14-16s. This animation examines the question of what it means to be British today in a modern, multicultural society.
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This animated film looks at the key questions and controversies surrounding British identity. Within our modern, multicultural society, can we identify a single national identity? If so, what does being British mean? Are some people more British than others?
Using authentic archival illustrations, the film grapples with these questions in a fun and accessible way. In addition, the film examines the other facets of identity, such as sexuality, ethnicity and personal taste. It serves as both an informative summary of modern Britain, as well as a platform upon which teachers may push further debate.
This film is from the BBC Teach series How Government Works. Through the use of authentic archival illustrations and modern animation, some of the key questions relating to UK citizenship are examined.
Encourage the students to think about their own identity and what the most important factors for them are personally. Encourage them to think about how their own personal identity in relation to some of the stereotypes of British identity. You could arrange a class debate exploring what it means to be British today.
This film is relevant for teaching Citizenship at Key Stage 4 in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and National 4 and 5 Modern Studies in Scotland.
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