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BLACK HISTORY MONTH

pc预测Black History Month (BHM) is an annual celebration of the successes and achievements of the black community and a time for recognising their impact in society.

We’ve planned a special season of events and activities not just in October, but throughout this whole academic year to celebrate the important black historical figures who helped make Britain what it is today. We recognise that the Black history experience is not limited to one month each year, and have made a commitment to work year-round to host a programme of events, resources and campaigns to help create a more equal future for everyone. #BHM365

From film screenings and reading and writing workshops, to samba drumming and music talks, there will be something for everyone to enjoy and participate in.

October 2020 events

DateTimeEventEvent typeVenueWho can attendBooking
1 Oct5 – 6 pmRace: Let’s Talk About It!Panel discussionOnlineNTU students
7 – 10 pmWelcome Film Festival 2020 Film screeningOnlineNTU students
2 Oct2 – 3 pmOnline Book ClubBook clubOnlineNTU students and staffJoin via the Virtual Global Lounge
7 Oct12.30 – 1 pmConversations about race: Black BritonsLive stream conversationOnlineNTU staff (no need to pre-book)
3 – 4 pmWRAP writing hourWorkshopOnlineNTU studentsFind out more
4.30 – 5.30 pmWRAP reading hourWorkshopOnlineNTU studentsFind out more
8 Oct7.30 – 9 pmWRAP writing workshopWorkshopOnlineAnyoneFind out more
9 Oct1 – 2 pmOnline Book ClubBook clubOnline NTU student and staff Join via the Virtual Global Lounge
10 Oct3 – 4.30 pmWRAP writing workshopWorkshopOnlineNTU studentsFind out more
12 Oct7.30 – 9 pmRead a Black AuthorWorkshopOnlineNTU studentsFind out more
13 Oct1 – 2.30 pmRespect at NTUWorkshopOnlineNTU studentsSign up via the Virtual Global Lounge
14 Oct2 – 3 pmRace and Ethnicity – Achievement and TransformationTalkOnlineNTU students and staff (no need to pre-book)
3 – 4 pmWRAP writing hourWorkshopOnlineNTU studentsFind out more
4.30 – 5.30 pmWRAP reading hourWorkshopOnlineNTU studentsFind out more
15 Oct9 – 10.30 amShaping Enterprise: Diversity in EnterprisePanel discussionOnlineAnyoneReserve your place
12.30 – 1 pmThe Black British history you may not know aboutLive stream conversationOnlineNTU staff (no need to pre-book)
5.30 – 7 pmDebate: Faith and RacePanel discussion OnlineNTU students and staff Reserve your place
7 – 8.30 pmSNCC's Stories: Interview with Sharon MonteithInterview and discussionOnlineAnyone
16 Oct1 – 2 pmOnline Book ClubBook clubOnlineNTU students and staff Sign up via the Virtual Global Lounge
20 Oct 1 – 2 pmCultural Diversity WorkshopOnlineNTU students and staff Sign up via the Virtual Global Lounge
6.30 – 8.30 pmResilience Writing: Creative Writing Workshop with Postcolonial Studies Centre writer-in-residence Eve MakisWorkshopOnlineAnyone
7 – 9.30 pmWhat is racism and how can I be an ally?NTSU WorkshopThe Level, NTSUNTU students
21 Oct12.30 – 1 pmConversations about race:  Discovering our hidden treasuresLive stream conversationOnlineNTU staff (no need to pre-book)
1 – 2 pmProfessor Corinne Fowler, Colonial Countryside: Addressing Country Houses’ Colonial LinksResearch seminar OnlineNTU students and staff
1 – 3 pmInspiring Enterprise: Celebrating black female entrepreneursSeminarOnlineAnyoneReserve your place
2 – 3 pmBlack ActivismTalkOnlineNTU students and staff (no need to pre-book)
2 – 4 pmWhat is racism and how can I be an ally?NTSU WorkshopOnlineNTU students
3 – 4 pmWRAP writing hourWorkshopOnlineNTU studentsFind out more
4.30 – 5.30 pmWRAP reading hourWorkshopOnlineNTU studentsFind out more
22 Oct7.30 – 9 pmWRAP writing workshopWorkshopOnlineNTU studentsFind out more
23 Oct1 – 2 pmOnline Book ClubBook clubOnlineNTU students and staffSign up via the Virtual Global Lounge
5.30 – 6.30 pmSamba drumming workshop delivered by Nikki from ArtBeatCarnival Samba Drumming SessionUniversity Hall or online  NTU studentsPlease email music@ntu.lakemurrayradio.com for more information.
24 Oct3 – 4.30 pmWRAP writing workshopWorkshopOnlineNTU students Find out more
26 Oct 1 – 2 pmDecolonising the UniversityConversationOnlineNTU students and staffEmail david.hindley@ntu.lakemurrayradio.com to reserve your place.
27 Oct1 – 2 pmCross-cultural communication WorkshopOnlineNTU students
5.30 – 7.30 pmBlack History Month: Why is it so hard to talk about race?NTSU WorkshopThe Level, NTSUNTU students
28 Oct12.30 – 1 pmConversations about race:  Black British futureLive stream conversationOnlineNTU staff (no need to pre-book)
2 – 3 pmHate Crime Awareness and SupportTalkOnlineNTU students and staff (no need to pre-book)
2 – 4 pmBlack History Month: Why is it so hard to talk about race?NTSU WorkshopOnlineNTU students
3 – 4 pmWRAP writing hourWorkshopOnlineNTU studentsFind out more
4 pm Music for Social Change Talk delivered by Gospel leader Freddie KofiTalkUniversity Hall or onlineNTU students Please email music@ntu.lakemurrayradio.com for more information.
4.30 – 5.30 pmWRAP reading hourWorkshopOnlineNTU students Find out more
6.30 – 7.30 pmDr Rebecca J. Fraser, The “Citizenship Divas” of Early 19th Century America: Black Female Intellectuals and the Complexities of Bodily Performance​Research Seminar OnlineNTU students and staff
7 – 8.30 pmJohn Edgar Wideman: African American History-Making and Uses of Visual ArtWorkshopOnlineAnyone
29 Oct7.30 – 9 pmWRAP writing workshopWorkshopOnlineNTU students Find out more
30 Oct1 – 2 pmOnline Book ClubBook clubOnlineNTU students and staff Sign up via the Virtual Global Lounge
31 Oct3 – 4.30 pmWRAP writing workshopWorkshopOnlineNTU studentsFind out more

Don't forget to tag us with the hashtags below to share your involvement in our Black History Month programme throughout this academic year!

#BlackHistoryMonth #BHM2020  #BHM365

As a university, we are proud to be a progressive and inclusive university, and we all have a part to play in tackling racism.

Read the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Edward Peck’s statement about the action NTU is taking to improve its knowledge, understanding and approach to racial equality.

pc预测For anyone who would like to self-educate, that may help you as part of your journey.