Your Voice

Black History Month


Black History Month is a chance for us to appreciate, remember, and commemorate black history and culture, and to enjoy living in a community that on the whole, is welcoming and diverse. The events hosted during this month are designed to provide a platform for a variety of different voices and experiences, from those seeking artistic expression to those conveying critical thought. It’s a time for us to enjoy and appreciate diversity.

We must also however acknowledge the contemporary issues facing the people of colour community - from the controversy over the NFL, to Confederate Statues, to post-Brexit fallout, we must all take a stand against modern day racism and xenophobia. So enjoy the events this month, but also remember that across the world, there are many issues yet to be solved.


Flawless: Represent Your Country ft. ACS
4th October 10pm - 3am
Students' Union
Flawless is back for round two. Represent your country colours with pride at the SU as DJs will be dropping the very best Urban, Bashment, Grime & Afrobeats tunes, in celebration of Black History Month!
Film Screening: Get Out
17th October 7pm - 9pm
Join us for a film screening of a psychological thriller which deals with racial themes of the 21st century, starring Daniel Kaluuya.
“Why is my Curriculum White?”- A Panel Discussion
25th October 6:30pm - 9:30pm
Founder's Main Lecture Theatre
Featuring four keynote speakers from a variety of academic and political backgrounds, they will be discussing the absence of non-white academics from higher education curriculum, and the disadvantages that it brings.

In collaboration with:

The Women of Colour Collective and the African and Caribbean Society.