Online History

AriSEE’s Online History

Understanding racism starts with history. With history, a person becomes more aware that black people have contributed more to foundations of development than white people have, however, there has been a systematic masking of the truth. With our history project you are able to gain a understanding as to why certain countries are poorer than others. With history you are able to understand where racism came from and the greed that continued to perpetuate the notion that white people were superior to black people.

Our online history can be accessed through three methods and the service user is also able to submit an historical story to be posted online. The three methods are…

  1. Timelines – A direct and easy to view access to the empires, countries and civilisations that have existed throughout the world.
  2. Maps – Our maps provide a different access point to timelines.
  3. Historical Search – Our historical search provides information on various black historical figures and event that cannot be found within the timelines.


“Data from the Education Workforce Council Wales cited in the report shows that in 2019-20 there were only 48 applications from minority ethnic students to study initial teacher training in Wales. Of the 1,165 newly qualified teachers in that period, six identified as coming from mixed race backgrounds, 13 Asian and four from black backgrounds. In the same period out of 3,443 headteachers across Wales only seven identified as having non-white backgrounds and none of these were from a black British or black heritage.” –  Taken from a Wales Online article called “There are systemic racisms and barriers to success in Welsh schools, finds report” in 2018

“At present, the only study of black history in the national curriculum is in the context of the transatlantic slave trade, and, even then, its teaching as part of history at key stage 3 is entirely optional. Schools also have the option of teaching a module on migration and empire as part of some GCSE history specifications, but, again, these are optional and take-up has been low.” – Schoolsweek.

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