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Black History Month on campus

Time for Change: Actions Not Words – that’s the theme for Black History Month 2022 this October.

The University of Hull and Hull University Students’ Union are committed to social justice, diversity and inclusion and welcome the opportunity for staff and students to mark Black History Month and be the agents of change.

The Black History Month national campaign this year emphasises that to ensure real change, it needs real support from allies. It encourages everyone to reset, and provide support with actions, not only words, and to move beyond being ‘a passive bystander’.

According to the campaign: being an ally means moving beyond short-term or performative gestures and taking real, long-term action.

Black History Month is a time to celebrate black history, heritage and culture, and the iconic figures that have contributed so much.

See how we are celebrating Black History Month on campus.

We are keen to promote and share all the events on campus. So if you would like your event included in this list, please email: equalitydiversity@hull.ac.uk

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