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31 Days of Black Herstory: Olive Morris

Over the course of Black History Month, the Birkbeck Women’s Campaign will be highlighting key female figures in Black History. Contribute to our content and suggest women we might not had though of by tweeting us at… 223 more words

Black History Month

October is: Black History Month!

October is, without a doubt, one of my favourite months… Not only because it is one of the few times of the year that cultural diversity is represented in education and society… but it also happens to be the month I was born! 432 more words


Black history Month Special: Alexandre Dumas – (24 July 1802 – 5 December 1870)

French aristocrat and writer. He wrote the Count of Monte Christo which the TV series Revenge is based on it + The Three Muskateers. Thomas-Alexandre Dumas was his father and the highest ranking coloured military man of the Western World, and inspired many of his sons stories. 31 more words

Professor Neil Wynn talks about African American literature

To celebrate Black History Month, we’re revisiting a conversation with Professor Neil Wynn, recorded earlier this year.


In the aftermath of the Barbican’s Human Zoo Fiasco, we who opposed this atrocity are receiving a lot of backlash from ‘the liberals’. These are people, mostly white and privileged, who claim quite blindly that freedom of speech and the freedom of artistic impression are the most important things to preserve no matter what and in every situation. 565 more words

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Black History Month in #Croydon

Croydon celebrates Black history month again this October.

Croydon celebrates by:

  • remembering people, places and events from the African Diaspora and the BME community that have made an historical impact;
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Black History Month at Heaton Norris Pavilion

Workshop sessions on Friday 3, 10, 17, 24 October, 5-7pm at Heaton Norris Pavilion. Followed by Black History Month event on Friday 31 October, 6-8pm, at Heaton Norris Pavilion.

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