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BHM 2020: Events

Black History Month (BHM) in the UK celebrates the achievements of black people and communities locally, nationally and globally, it is an annual event held every October. Please follow us on our social media channels for lots of interesting facts, role models, resources, student takeovers and much more! We also have lots of events you can join, from Panel Discussions, Talks and Social Book & Brews - we hope there is something for everyone!

 

Tues 27: 2-3pm

Black British Art

Our resident Art Historian will be giving you an introduction to Black British Art, showcasing some modern and contemporary artists that explore what it is to Black and British in their work.

Join the Session Here: https://www.jmsu.co.uk/events/bhm-black-british-art

 

Tues 27: 6-8pm

BPOC Networking and Quiz

A collaborative SU event for those who self-identify as black and people of colour to come and meet other students from universities across the UK for a night filled with games, quizzes, networking and more!

Book your ticket here: https://www.jmsu.co.uk/events/bhm-bpoc-networking-quiz  

 

Wed 28: 6-7.30pm

Grasping at the Root: Decolonising Education In Practice

NUS Event

Angela Davis poignantly says: “Radical simply means grasping things at the root.” From Rhodes must fall, to decolonise my curriculum, to student campaigners calling for divestment for social and environmental justice, we see that activists, student officers and academic staff have been spearheading the decolonising education movement here in the UK, making change at a local, national and international level. Join the incredible panellists discussing how we can put decolonisation into practice in order to create a new education system. 

Book Your Ticket Here: https://email-nus.org.uk/p/5BGA-4R3/grasping-at-the-root-decolonising-education-in-practice           

 

Thu 29: 11-11.30am

Book & Brew

Grab a brew and come for a chat about books! We will be talking about books from our BLM resource lists but if you have others please come and share!

Join the Club Here: https://www.jmsu.co.uk/events/bhm-book-brew-e970

 

Thu 29: 6.30-7.30pm

Beyond Black History Month

NUS Supported Event at Royal Holloway SU

Book Your Ticket Here: https://www.su.rhul.ac.uk/ents/event/4675/