Black History Month 2019: Making the Invisible Visible

Officer Cricle
Sheriff Muhammed


Black History Month highlights and celebrates the history and achievements of the Black community. Sheffield Hallam Students' Union has a series of events and student-led initiatives to empower students of colour, with discussions on existing structural barriers in society and how we can work on breaking them down.

Student leaders remain concerned at the diversity of our curricula, continued gaps in degree awarding and the BME graduate earning potential locally and across the wider sector.

Through a high-profile Black History Month and continued activity over the course of the year, we hope to initiate a student-led conversation over how we can work in partnership with our University on making continued improvements to the BME experience in years to come.

Black History Month
1st October midnight - 31st October midnight
Making the Invisible Visible
Black History Month
BHM Exhibition
2nd October midnight - 31st October midnight
Owen Building
Black History Month
A public lecture on Race, Identity and belonging
17th October 4pm - 6pm
Common Room, The HUBS
Black History Month
No Shade - Free Film Screening
23rd October 5pm - 8pm
The Void, Level 2 Owen Building
Black History Month
Cultural Night of Celebration
31st October 6pm - 9pm
The Hubs, The Common Room
Black History Month
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