Black History Month is back at LSE! LSESU has a number of events lined up throughout the month of October which are open to all. The list is still being added to, so if there is anyway that you feel you can contribute to the month then get it touch asap at email@example.com. Black History Month has no set definition so contribute whatever and in whichever way you think would be fitting for the month!
EMBRACE and LSESU presents: ‘What were Black people doing in WWI?’ by Tony Warner founder of Black History Walks.
5.30pm , email: firstname.lastname@example.org to book your tickets. You’ll receive an email with the room location.
Black Panther Activist comes to London! In association with Goldsmiths SU, LSESU, ULU & NUS Black Students’ Campaign. Click on event page for more info and to book tickets!
University of London Union, 6.30pm
LSESU Documentary society presents “In Prison My Whole Life”. Documentary surrounding the life of Mumia Abu-Jamal on death row.
For more info, go to the event page on Facebook.
Seligman Library, 6th Floor, Old Building, 6pm
“Black Feminism through History” – brought to you by LSESU Womens’ campaign and LSESU Anti-Racism campaign.
The Underground, LSE Students’ Union, 5pm
LSESU African Caribbean Society presents: the ‘Great Debate’. Discussing the issues that affect the Black British Community.
Venue and time TBC
Black Deaths in Custody: LSESU in association with Black Mental Health UK. Highlighting issues surrounding the continuous death of Black citizens in police custody.
The Quad, LSE Students’ Union, 6.30pm
LSESU African Caribbean Society & LSESU UAF presents: OPEN MIC NIGHT! – Celebrating Black History!
The Quad, LSE Students’ Union, 7pm
Keep checking the LSE BHM Facebook page for updates and new events!