Cambridge University archive slaps 'trigger warnings' on classic children's books
Classic children’s books held in a Cambridge University archive are to be labelled with ‘trigger warnings’ for ‘harmful content relating to slavery, colonialism and racism’.
The project is being paid for by a £80,633 grant from the taxpayer-funded UK Arts and Humanities Research Council.
Researchers are reviewing more than 10,000 books and magazines to expose authors who have been ‘offensive to historically enslaved, colonised or denigrated people’.
|Stay connected! If you want to be notified of our latest videos, livestreams and more, why not consider subscribing to our Purged.tv channel!|