Rachael Robinson has been doing some work in this area. She has a blog called GeoTeach.
Looking forward to our next hub session on the 15th March, 4.30 pm, led by the excellent @geoteachrach and @RobboGeog. The focus is upon decolonising the geography curriculum. Do sign up 🌏🌎🌍 https://t.co/T0cc4FgR0L— EastLondonGeographyHub (@EastGeography) March 2, 2021
We have also previously done work exploring the way that ethnic minorities are excluded from the British countryside, using the photography of Ingrid Pollard. Like all schools we are also looking closely at our curriculum and changing elements and updating others following an audit of topics and approaches, and significant omissions.
This article in The Guardian suggests that things may be changing, with walking groups being created and flourishing under lockdown.
Check out a few Twitter feeds to follow as well.
Anti-Racist Geography feed explores some of the areas that geographers should be considering and also provides new perspectives on familiar themes e.g. Factfulness reconsidered...
Keep an eye out for the Decolonising Geography website as well...