BEMA Black History Month 2014

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BEMA Black History Month
October 2014

BEMA launch our Black History Month 2014 series of events to celebrate the contributions of communities of the Global South throughout history, and to highlight the unspoken legacies of resistance of Black & Ethnic Minority people in the UK and worldwide.

All events are free and open to students and the community.
(All events begin at 6pm unless stated otherwise)

BHM launch cover photo III

2nd – BEMA Black History Month launch: Is one month enough?
Nuffield building*

7th – BEMA BHM – Struggles of the Black community film screenings: Mangrove 9 & Injustice
Arts building** Room 201

9th – Radicalism and resistance in Britain, through the ages panel
Arts Lecture Room 6

14th – Film screening: Hip Hop: The New World Order
Arts Room 201

16th – Decolonising the Mind book series launch: Reparations and Resistance
Arts Room 201

20th – Black music and resistance panel
Arts Lecture Room 7

21st – Congo week panel: The Lost Voices
with ADF University of Birmingham African Development Forum
Arts Lecture Room 7

23rd – Congo week workshop
Nuffield G17
(6:30pm start)

24th – West Midlands Pan African Students’ Union meeting
Arts Lecture Room 7

28th – Women of Colour group film screening
Nuffield G13
EDIT: Postponed, new date tbc

29th – The Great Debate
with Birmingham ACS
Nuffield G17

30th – Women of Colour group panel
Arts 201

(Details on venues and speakers will be updated throughout the month)
*R9 on the campus map, near the Guild of Students building
**R16 on the campus map, next to the Main Library

Peace,
BEMA

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