Features editor Catherine Stone overviews the history of Black History Month and the event’s significance in the cultural and educational calendar, outlining key projects and books, and considering its impact and criticisms.
Justice Begins At Home Emmanuel Onapa writes on how black people in the US and UK are united in their experience of state violence and racial injustice. On May 25 2020, Derek Chauvin, a white police officer in Minneapolis, pressed his knee on the neck of George Floyd, an African American father, for 8 minutes […]
Anna Romanovska responds to a New Statesman article that claimed University was a con, arguing it skirts around the really issue, inequality of outcomes between ethnicities in education.
F igures released to Exeposé have offered an insight into diversity at the University, revealing that the number of Black, Minority or Ethnic (BME) students has fallen year on year since 2012. Last year, just 18.6 per cent of the entire student population identified as BME, an overall decrease of nearly 10 per cent since […]