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Black History Month

October marks Black History Month, an incredible opportunity for us to commemorate the history of Black communities and celebrate the immense contribution that people of African, Arab, Asian and Caribbean heritage make to humanity. In the student movement - and more widely - the term "Black" is a positive, political term born out of the struggle for equality. It is used to unify all Black communities in the campaign to end racism and under-representation.

Black History Month is an opportunity to be educated on, and celebrate, the wonderfully diverse cultures and histories of these groups whilst contributing to the fight against racial prejudice and discrimination. 


Fio's Speak Easy Events | 8th and 15th October

Free music, spoken word and performance! As part of Fio's production of the mountaintop, these events offer a chance to bring together people to talk about race, inequality and poverty. Follow @wearefio on Twitter to find out more. 

African-Caribbean Students' Insights Afternoon | 28th October 13:00 - 17:00 | 20 Bank Street, London

Morgan Stanley believes capital has the power to create positive change in the world. The biggest and most impactful changes come from people like you. If you want to hear how you can put your talent and ambition to work and be part of a team that creates positive change, join us at our event aimed specifically at students of Black Heritage.
You will hear first-hand from our African-Caribbean Employee Network members what is like to work at Morgan Stanley and why they believe our culture is a real differentiator. This event will comprise of a Firm overview, a panel discussion and a networking Afternoon Tea. To apply, visit morganstanley.com/campus

Black History Month Wales / Cymru

Black History Month Wales’ unique flavour draws on a wealth of historic and current connections – explored through a host of activities for families, children and people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities. See the full programme of activity.

Mis Hanes Pobl Dduon

Mae mis Hydref yn nodi Mis Hanes Pobl Dduon, sy’n gyfle gwych i ni goffáu hanes cymunedau Duon a dathlu cyfraniad enfawr pobl Affricanaidd, Arabaidd, Asiaidd a Caribïaidd i ddynoliaeth. Yn y mudiad myfyrwyr - ac yn ehangach - mae’r term ‘Du’ yn derm cadarnhaol a gwleidyddol a ddaeth allan o’r frwydr dros gydraddoldeb. Mae’n cael ei ddefnyddio i uno cymunedau Duon yn yr ymgyrch i roi terfyn ar hiliaeth a diffyg cynrychiolaeth.

Mae Mis Hanes Pobl Dduon yn gyfle i addysgu eraill a dathlu diwylliannau a grwpiau amrywiol y grwpiau hyn tra’n cyfrannu i frwydro yn erbyn rhagfarn a gwahaniaethu hiliol.  


Mis Hanes Pobl Dduon Cymru

Mae Mis Hanes Pobl Duon yn dynfa ar gyfoeth o gysylltiadau hanesyddol a chyfredol – drwy llu o weithgareddau ar gyfer teuluoedd, plant a phobl o bob oed, cefndir a gallu. Edrychwch ar y rhaglen llawn.