Black History MonthThe University and Students’ Union are thrilled to join the global celebration of Black History. This annual observance is a meaningful opportunity for our university community to come together and reflect on the diverse cultures in the community, and outstanding contributions of Black staff members, students, and community members. Read about why Black History is important and why is it celebrated in October

We acknowledge the importance of celebrating Black History beyond October, therefore we have worked with students to pull together a series of events, exhibitions, panel discussions, games night, and artistic performances that will explore various facets of Black history, culture, and contemporary issues, between September 2023 – February 2024. Details can be found on our webpage- Celebrating Black History – Swansea University.

Throughout history, Black individuals have played pivotal roles in shaping society, education, culture, sports, science, politics, and the arts. Celebrating Black History offers a chance to not only honour these achievements but to foster a deeper understanding of the experiences of our communities and ongoing efforts to achieve equity and justice. We encourage ALL students across the University to participate, book sessions, engage with student societies, expand your perspectives through our Library collection, and engage in conversations that promote understanding, social justice, and equity.

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Monday September 18th, 2023

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