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02 March 2021

Free Events

The Race to End Sexual Abuse in Universities

The book ‘Unsafe Spaces’ offers practical solutions to the present crisis and to the culture of disrespect which blights many universities

03 March 2021

Panel Talks & Workshops

503STUDIO: How to embed diversity and inclusion into your creative life

Change management expert and 503 Board member Zena Tuitt will lead a session translating words into action

Every Body Looking by Candice Iloh
03 March 2021

Free Events

Hari Ziyad + Candice Iloh + George M Johnson: Black Boy Out of Time

An insightful panel revolving around abolition, queerness and Blackness in the past, present and possible future

04 March 2021

Panel Talks & Workshops

Skin: It Takes Blood and Guts

Being the leader singer of a rock band is not easy, particularly if you’re a woman, you’re Black or you are gay like me

Structural Racism & the Law
05 March 2021

Free Events

Loyola Law Review 2021 Symposium: Structural Racism and the Law

Exploring the Laws and Policies Creating and Sustaining Oppressive Systems

RAFIKI
05 March 2021

Arts & Culture

#IWD: Sheba Soul Ensemble presents FLY! Festival of Black Women’s Film

Between 5th and 21st March the festival showcases films including shorts, features and illuminating director’s talks and workshops

Womb Women. Black Women and Healthcare
06 March 2021

Free Events

The Woman-Womb: Removal of the Mule Image of Black Women and Health

This three-part discussion will consider the role of black women in the development of medical-social change

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09 March 2021

Free Events

#IWD ‘New Daughters of Africa’ with Margaret Busby

This follow-up to the original landmark anthology brings together fresh and vibrant voices that have emerged in the past two decades

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10 March 2021

Arts & Culture

2021 Scheidel Lecture: Horror Noire – Blacks in American Horror

A conversation about Blacks’ contribution to the horror genre, the contributions of women and what horror can teach us about social justice

Rebels Matilda Agnus and Mary
10 March 2021

Free Events

A Kick in the Belly: Women, Slavery and Resistance with Stella Dadzie

Women played a distinct role in the development of a culture of slave resistance, that was not just central, but revolutionary

How racism affects healthcare of black women
11 March 2021

Free Events

Increasing Health Equity by Confronting Racism, Bias and Discrimination

Studies show that racism affects access to and quality of care and that individuals experiencing racism have greater rates of illness

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15 March 2021

Arts & Culture

Race, Identity and Belonging

Three writers offer different accounts of their experiences growing up in a world that is racist, sexist, classist and ableist