events

Launch Event

Monday 5th October | Lower Deck

GSU Officer, Mayo Femi-Obalemo will mark the start of Black History Month with a speech, programme announcement and talk about this year's Officers' plans to support Black students.

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MENTAL HEALTH IN THE BLACK COMMUNITY

Thursday 8th October | The Dome, Avery Hill

This session aims to give a safe space for students to discuss lived experiences and the topic in general.

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Misrepresentation of Black Men in the Media

Tuesday 13th October | Online via Teams


Come learn about how the media has misrepresented Black men for so many years and to this day, often portrays Black men as the villains and how this has affected the way Black men are perceived.   

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MENTAL HEALTH IN THE BLACK COMMUNITY

Thursday 15th October | Dreadnought Building


This session aims to give a safe space for students to discuss lived experiences and the topic in general.

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Exhibition Launch

Thursday 15th October | Lower Deck

The Black History Month Exhibition 'Black Excellence' launches on Thursday 15th October 2020 and all students and staff are invited to come to the opening to celebrate the students, staff and alumni we have featured in this year's Black Excellence campaign. 

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The Black Pound

Thursday 22nd October | Online via Teams

This event is set to inspire our Black students to get into business and entrepreneurship by highlighting and celebrating outstanding black people in industry. 

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Black Women In STEM

Tuesday 27th October | The Deep End, Medway

A talk addressing young, black women in academia, who want to pursue a career in STEM. 

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LET OUR LEGACY CONTINUE

2nd-28th October | Stephen Lawrence Gallery

University of Greenwich research groups in collaboration with the Caribbean Social Forum present the exhibition "Let our Legacy Continue".  It follows 12 stories of migration from the Caribbean to the UK. It's open Tuesday-Saturday from 2nd-28th October at Stephen Lawrence Gallery.

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Decolonisation Discussion Forum

Friday 30th October | Online via Teams

In this roundtable discussion, we will explain what we mean by decolonisation and what it means in the context of University students. 

We will also chat about how and why Officers are doing this and why we think it's important. By the end of the session we will be able to set out our expectations and campaign goals as a collective and have an open discussion.

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