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The Business School is excited to be hosting the following events as part of the broader University Black History Month programme.
All events are open to staff and students and we hope that as many of you as possible will be able to join us for some really interesting, educational, and thought-provoking events. You can find links to register at the events under each listing. All events will be held on Zoom.
If you would like any further information please do not hesitate to contact Corinna Hattersley-Mitchell, the Business School Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Champion: [email protected]
Race equality: Anti-Racism, Allyship and Action
We will be welcoming Khadija Mohammed, Senior Lecturer from the University of West Scotland to give a seminar around anti-racist culture and allyship.
This session rests upon the uncomfortable truth that racism is normal, it’s pervasive. It’s in society and it is in our institutional settings, it’s in the everyday! This platform will provide opportunities to engage in some critical discussions about racism and whiteness. It is important to develop a shared language around basic racial literacy so that you can name it, understand it and seek to change practice. It will be an opportunity to ask questions and share good practice in developing effective allyship leading to tangible actions.
To register for the event please follow the following link to Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/race-equality-anti-racism-allyship-and-action-tickets-125349243963