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Stella Dadzie (born in 1952, London) is a British educationalist, activist, writer and historian. She is best known for her involvement in the UK's Black Women's Movement, being a founding member of the Organisation of Women of African and Asian Descent and co-authoring The Heart of the Race: Black Women's Lives in Britain with Suzanne Scafe and Beverly Bryant.
Stella Dadzie Wikipedia
Dadzie was born in London to an English mother and Ghanaian father. She is a founder member of Organisation of Women of African and Asian Descent. The Heart of the Race: Black Women’s Lives in Britain was published in 1985 by Virago Press. The book had been commissioned by the publisher five years before in 1980. The authors relied on interviews and their stories are woven together to address the experiences of Black women in Britain and the development of the UK's Black Women's Movement. The Heart of the Race won the 1985 Martin Luther King Award for Literature.
Dadize has written widely on curriculum development and good practice with black adult learners, and the development of anti-racist strategies with schools, colleges and youth services.The Heart of the Race: Black Women's Lives in Britain with Beverley Bryan, Suzanne Scafe, Virago, 1985, ISBN 9780860683612
Essential Skills for Race Equality Trainers with Andy Forbes, Gurnam Heire, National Institute of Adult Continuing Education, 1992, ISBN 9781872941165
Older and Wiser: A Study of Educational Provision for Black and Ethnic Minority Elders, National Institute of Adult Continuing Education, 1993, ISBN 9781872941486
Blood, Sweat and Tears: A Report of the Bede Anti-Racist Detached Youth Work Project, National Youth Agency, 1997
Toolkit for Tackling Racism in Schools Trentham, 2000, ISBN 9781858561882