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This event will discuss the lived experiences of Black International students and feature Ceewhy Ochoga, the founder of Black Impact, who will talk about her experiences as a Black International Student, becoming the first Black President at the Student Union of Salford University, and what Black impact is doing for Black Students.

The changes in culture, acceptance and perceptions can be a shock for International students, and this is your space to discuss all of those issues and the journey you're currently taking, while others learn about how different the university experience can be for Black International Students.

Black History Month: Being Black and International

Black History Month: Being Black and International

Thu 22 October 2020 17:00-18:30

Zoom

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This event will discuss the lived experiences of Black International students and feature Ceewhy Ochoga, the founder of Black Impact, who will talk about her experiences as a Black International Student, becoming the first Black President at the Student Union of Salford University, and what Black impact is doing for Black Students.

The changes in culture, acceptance and perceptions can be a shock for International students, and this is your space to discuss all of those issues and the journey you're currently taking, while others learn about how different the university experience can be for Black International Students.

Black History Month: Being Black and International

Thu 22 October 2020 17:00-18:30

Zoom

Black History Month: Being Black and International

Register here! 

 

This event will discuss the lived experiences of Black International students and feature Ceewhy Ochoga, the founder of Black Impact, who will talk about her experiences as a Black International Student, becoming the first Black President at the Student Union of Salford University, and what Black impact is doing for Black Students.

The changes in culture, acceptance and perceptions can be a shock for International students, and this is your space to discuss all of those issues and the journey you're currently taking, while others learn about how different the university experience can be for Black International Students.