Black History Month X Birmingham

The Guild is very proud to launch our Black History Month Campaign, celebrating BME individuals and black history. Black History Month means something different to everybody and that’s why your Guild Officer Team have teamed up with some of our wonderful student groups, societies and associations to celebrate BHM in true Birmingham style!

But the conversation and action will not stop here. One of the Officer Teams priority campaigns this year is all about BME student representation and participation - so keep your eyes peeled for more news on that...


Throughout the month your Officer Team, alongside societies and associations, have been funded by our Black History Month Campaigns pot to organise a host of student events to celebrate black history and culture and discuss topics surrounding race, diversity and inclusion within higher education and society. 

BHMxBHM Events
Event Hosts When? Where?
IntersectionalityTalk with Lady Phyll LGBTQ & WANBA 15th October, 6pm Arts LR7
Black History Month at PG Tea and Cake Officer Team 17th October, 3pm Harvey Milk Room, Guild
Black History Month at Fab N Quiz Officer Team 17th October, 8pm Joe's Bar
Games Night Caribbean Union 18th October, 7pm Liberty Park
Black Voices: 'Let's Talk About Race' Discussion Panel Officer Team 22nd October, 4pm Guild Council Chamber, Guild
Black History Month Arts and Crafts Officer Team 23rd October, 12pm Harvey Milk Room, Guild
Soul Food and Music LGBTQ & WANBA 25th October, 6pm Underground, Guild
FAB N CARIBBEAN Caribbean Union & Officer Team 26th October, 11pm Guild
Film Screening: The Help Officer Team 30th October, 7:30pm Guild Council Chamber, Guild
Black History Month Discussion  Caribbean Union 29th October, 6:30pm Arts 119
The Black Healthcare Experience Discussion BEMA & ACMS 22nd October, 7:30pm Medical School
Black History Month Open Mic Night BEMA & Hip Hop Soc 26th October, 6pm Beorma Bar, Guild


Take a look at our events page for details on all events and activities taking place this month!


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