Black British Feminism: past, present and future, hosted by LSE Library in collaboration with LSE EmbRace
We hosted a roundtable discussion with academics, activists, writers, and politicians reflecting on Black British feminism in the past, present, and future.
Speakers: Dawn Butler M.P. and Dr Suki Ali discussed the challenges and opportunities facing Black British Feminism with Dr Imaobong Umoren.
Black Achievers Exhibition & Panel discussion
We closed out Black History month with a special exhibition showcasing the achievements of black men in the Education, Creative, Political, Business & Sport sectors. This event also included a panel discussion with representation from each of the highlighted sectors exploring success, achievements and more
Black History Walks in the St Pauls / Bank area
In just 140 minutes our guide took us through hundreds of years of the African presence and contribution to London’s way of life. We discovered secret alleyways and enormous buildings all connected to Africa and the Caribbean in ways which we couldn't imagine.
Race and the Referendum - Ethnic Minority Attitudes to EU Membership, hosted by LSE Library
Neema Begum, Research Associate at the University of Manchester, explored her research on ethnic minority attitudes to EU membership, amongst the backdrop of the Library’s archives on the history of Britain in and out of the EU. This talk was followed by a chance to explore the Library exhibition.
African and West Indian cuisine with LSE Catering
In collaboration with LSE Catering, we kicked-off BHM 2018 with an introduction to African and West Indian cuisine.
The 4th and 5th Floor Restaurant served a mouth-watering African and West Indian menu consisiting of Jerk Chicken, Fried Plantain and many other favourites.