Black History Month Lecture - Diversity Activism: to do or not to do?

Throughout the month the history, contributions and achievements of Black and Minority Ethnic communities are highlighted and commemorated. 

It provides an opportunity to reflect on, learn more about and celebrate our shared history and heritage. For several years the University, together with our Black and Minority Ethnic Staff Network, has hosted an annual lecture to mark Black History Month. This year’s lecture will be delivered by Margaret Casely-Hayford, CBE, British lawyer, business woman and public figure who is active in the public sector.

Taking place on Tuesday 22 October at 5.30pm, the event will be virtual. 


For information about other events taking place across the University, visit the Black History Month events page.