Reading into Racism: Bias in Children's Literature and Learning Materials

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Organizations referred to in the text. Fuller lists of relevant organizations, with brief accounts of the functions, services and publications of each, are:

The Anti-sexist resource guide compiled by Sue Adler and Annie Cornbleet for the Inner London Education Authority, ILEA 1984.

Resources for a multicultural society: an introduction 1982—by Gillian Klein for Schools Council. 2nd revised edn 1984, York, Longmans Resources Unit.

Afro Caribbean Education Research (ACER) Wyvil School, Wyvil Road, London SW8.

All Faiths for One Race (AFFOR) 173, Lozells Road, Lozells, Birmingham B19 1RN.

All London Teachers Against Racism and Facism (ALTARF) Room 216, Panther House, Mount Pleasant, London WC1.

Assistant Masters and Mistresses Association (AMMA) 29, Gordon Square, London WC1.

Caribbean Teachers’ Association, 8, Camberwell Green, London, SE5.

Campaign to Impede Sex Stereotyping in the Young (CISSY) 177, Gleneldon Road, London, SW16.

Catholic Commission for Racial Justice, 1, Amwell Street, London EC1.

Centre for World Development Education (CWDE) 128, Buckingham Palace Road, London SW1.

Commission for Racial Equality (CRE) Elliott House, Allington Street, London SE1.

Commonwealth Institute, Kensington High Street, London W8.

Community and Race Relations Unit of the British Council of Churches (CRRU) 2, Eaton Gate, London SW1.

Council on Interracial Books for Children (CIBC) 1841 Broadway, New York, NY 10023.

Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC) Overseas House, Quay Street, Manchester M3.

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