UWE Students’ Union is proud to be celebrating Black History Month. UWE is extremely diverse and it is very important that we embrace our diverse community. October 1st marks the beginning of Black History Month. It is held every year to commemorate the history of Black communities and celebrate the enormous contribution that people of African, Arab, Asian and Caribbean heritage make to humanity.
Black History Month in Bristol
There is a variety of events happening in Bristol throughout October, which you can see by clicking expand below.
Alternatively, Click here to download the Bristol City Council Black History Month guide
UWE Students’ Union Love Music Hate Racism gig
UWE Students' Union has organised a Love Music Hate Racism gig happening on the 24th October. This event aims to bring people together through music, and celebrate our vibrant and multicultural community.
Join us for the evening, and enjoy Bristol music talent: Bashema Hall, Dub Mafia, Crinkle Cuts, C-Froo - and loudly say that racism that no place in our city.
Inclusive University Conference
UWE have organised a Inclusive University Conference happening on the 24th October,
The aim of the conference is to provide UWE students and staff with useful insights and tools about relevant equality and diversity issues in Higher Education and UWE's commitments within our new Single Equality Scheme.