presented by your vice-president welfare & community
Liberation group lead by your black students Officer
David Olusoga discusses the relationship between the UK and Africa using historical files, testamonies and research.
A look at the truths behind British racism, including accounts on identity and belonging when people constantly question someone's Britishness.
This book covers stories from Windrush, including 22 stories from various children and grandchildren of the Windrush generation. Includes contributions from Lenny Henry, David Lammy and Corrine Bailey-Rae plus many more.
This article from Vox discusses why 'All Lives Matter' isn't an act of equality
The BFI have collated a range of films that focus on Black communities, individuals and stories throughout time.
A discussion between drag queens about George Floyd and the Black Lives Matter movement.
A video breaking down why all history Is White History, and the myth of reverse racism
This documentary follows the story of the Black Panther Party and the cultural and politicial impact it had on Black people.
This BBC report focuses on a range of people who invite you to rethink the phrase 'BAME' and what it really means
Discusses what it means to go from a self-proclaimed ally to an effective anti-racist. Whether you’re an ally that’s ready to take action or a Black person looking for a place to direct all those ally questions, this is an important podcast to keep in your catalogue.
This podcast discusses issues impacting Black Women from the perspective of Black working class women.
The Black History Lesson is run by Sonia Gold and is a hub of information about Black History, culture and politics. A great educational space for you to learn, engage and develop as an ally.
A Trans led non-profit that offers free 4-month blocks of therapy for Black Transgender and Non-Binary people in the UK
NWS is an advocacy campaign run by a majority Female, majority African team working on advocacy, education and action that raises awareness around the 'white saviour complex' often seen by white missionaries travelling to Africa. It places African people at the forefront of their story.
The Bridging the Gap team have created a space for you to sign petitions, donate and support outlets that encourage educational equality for BAME students.
Black Ballad aim to empower Black Women across the world. They have a hub of information for Black Women to access including magazines, events and communities. You can gift a membership to someone so they can access all of these brilliant outlets. .
Learn and support a the same time! The Black Curriculum looks to deliver Black History across the UK. They have a variety of resources that you can utilise and donate to them at the same time
GoFundMe set up by the UK-SVG Friendship Trust to raise money for citizens in St. Vincent & the Grenadines who have been affected by the volcanic eruption.
Black Students Officer