The BAME Society is a network for BAME students at Keele to find allies, get support, and help navigate through their university experience.
We work with various organisations within the university and local area to ensure BAME students receive a high quality experience during their time at Keele.
Outside of the university environment, we can prepare BAME students to be fully equipped to deal with issues which they face throughout their life e.g. racism, misogynoir, islamophobia, colonised ideologies on the self.
4th October - Activism 101, SU Ground Floor and MARS room, 12-3pm
10th October - Film Screening, SU Ground Floor, 12-2pm
10th October - Launch, I AM Exhibition, Chancellors Building, 6pm
17th October - BBH: Migration, CBA0.061, 4-6pm (by the Cultural Affairs project @cultaff)
13th November - BBH: Black Tudors, CBA0.061, 2-4pm (by the Cultural Affairs project @cultaff)
4th December - BBH: Black Panthers, CBA0.061. 2-4pm (by the Cultural Affairs project @cultaff)
Other spaces for BAME Students
please note: we have a language ban policy, which means using offensive language in our spaces will get you banned from our spaces. To find out more check out our Resources tab.