As Black History Month celebrates its 30th Anniversary, MDXSU recognise that being forward-thinking on liberation, equality, diversity and inclusion on-campus makes sense. Our students come from different backgrounds, bringing unique knowledge, skills and experience to the community.
We our thrilled to announce some exciting student-led events dedicated to Black History Month. However, at MDXSU we celebrate diversity all year round - so make sure to check our EVENTS page on what's on, and our LIBERATIONS page on how we're combating social change.
Wednesday 11th October - Black History Month Film Screening: Kidulthood
Thursday 12th October - Mix ‘N’ Blend
Monday 16th-20th October - Liberation Group Elections voting
Wednesday 18th October - Open Mic Night on Black History Month
Thursday 19th October - Flagnation
Wednesday 25th October - Intersectionality Meet & Greet Games Evening
Thursday 26th October - Middlesex University Race Religion & Beliefs Staff Forum Black History Month event “Talking across Different identity bridges” - A Faith, Religion & Beliefs perspective, 4-7pm, C211
Want to lead our Black Students Liberation Group?
MDXSU Black Students group represent students of African, Arab, Asian and Caribbean heritage. The group has worked on the #RefugeesWelcome Campaign - which led to the resettlement of 50 Syrian refugees in our local borough - and a lobbying campaign to ensure MDXSU and Middlesex University take a stance against the Government's PREVENT agenda.
Over the past year the Black Students' Group has worked hard to influence Students’ Union policy, as well as contributing to discussions on a national level.
If you think you can lead for social change nominate yourself below: