Join us on Monday 21st October, 2019 (-6pm) at Shawross AS01, University of Sussex for our screening of The Uprising followed by a Q & A with the presenter, Pravini Baboeram, The event will be chaired by Professor Gurminder K. Bhambra, Professor of Postcolonial and Decolonial Studies, School of Global Studies, University of Sussex. EVENT: […]Read More THE UPRISING MUSIC DOCUMENTARY SCREENING + Q & A 21 MONDAY 2019
It is another awesome week for BLACK HISTORY MONTH at the University of Sussex. Join us for a line up of events… Do take a look: Sunday 20th October Luke’s Walk (11am-1pm, Meeting Point: Sports Centre Bus Stop) Luke’s Walk is a yearly walk out to Stanmer Park from the university campus and back, […]Read More BLACK HISTORY MONTH EVENTS – UNIVERSITY OF SUSSEX 20-27/OCTOBER 2019
This year’s Black History Month at Sussex focuses on exploring three fragments of Black History from the viewpoints of Black History in the University of Sussex, Black History in Brighton and Hove, then the United Kingdom, universal Black History. It has a major theme leadership and empowerment, black cultural pride and celebration, representation and inclusion. […]Read More Listings for Black History Month 2019 at University of Sussex
The University of Sussex Students’ Union has appointed award-winning writer, Su’ur Su’eddie Vershima Agema as Black History Month Curator. The appointment was made in July 2019. Agema, who is finishing his Master’s in International Education and Development from the School of Education and Social Works in the University, comes with a load of experience. He has only […]Read More University of Sussex SU Appoints S. Agema as Black History Month Curator
You are where you are today because you stand on somebody’s shoulders. And wherever you are heading, you cannot get there by yourself. If you stand on the shoulders of others, you have a reciprocal responsibility to live your life so that others may stand on your shoulders. It’s the quid pro quo of life. […]Read More Welcome!!
We are glad to have you here… reading our blog for Black History Month at the University of Sussex, curated by the Students Union, for students by students. Black History has come to be an important period moving from its origins in the United States of America to several countries including the United Kingdom where […]Read More WHO ARE WE AND WHY THIS BLOG???