Black History Month is open to participation by everyone and is ideally developed, delivered and managed as an educational and historical awareness experience by Black people and should be shared by everyone as world history.

Black History Month

In October, your Students’ Union will be celebrating the UK’s Black History Month. With a mix of student-led activities and union events.
The Uk’s Black History Month is an annual celebration of the achievements, history and contributions of Black people in the Uk and recognition of the injustices the community still face.
 
Raveena Francis, your Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Officer has been hard at work collaborating with a number of bodies to bring about an exciting line up of events for BHM19! 

Raveenas role is to represent the BAME community while challenging and supporting the university in its racial equality practices.

Thank you to Keele Communities Together, W.O.K.E, B.A.M.E Soc and the Newly Established Cultural Affairs Project for making such a great list of events!

Get in touch with Raveena through SU.Voice@keele.ac.uk

     

Event

Time and Place

What is the Event?

Activism 101 - Workshop 4th October  Mars Room + Munch

Come grab a bite to eat and also learn:
How to be an Ally!
Thinking Critically!
How to speak out against injustice!
How to politicise your education!

Facebook Event Here!

Art Exhibition: I AM  10th October - 18th December - Keele University Art Gallery
A celebration of black and brown artists with a focus on identity and its concepts, discourse, and history. Including painting, photography and poetry the exhibition will be the launch of the Cultural Affairs Project (CAP). CAP is organised by Keele’s BAME society and Women Of Keele Educate (WOKE). Alongside the exhibition, there will be a series of events to commemorate the achievements and experiences of people of colour.
BHM Movie Screening  10th October - 12pm-2pm -Ground Floor of SU Come spend some time watching a collection of movies on the ground floor of the SU
Campaigns Workshop 23rd October -2pm-4pm -Meeting Room 1+2 SU Building Delivered by liberation officers from the National Union of Students, you will be able to explore how to run a campaign and make it inclusive of a wider student body!

The Workshop will explore power and privilege in campaigns/ spaces, and how to talk to a wider audience.
Weekly Film Viewings TBC Get Out, Black Panther, Hidden Figures, Blackklansman!

Check back for times and dates!