August 23rd, 2021
Staff and students are invited to join the programme board for the university’s Black History Month celebrations.
There is an opportunity for up to 6 people to shape how the University of Nottingham recognises and celebrates Black History. This opportunity is open to all job roles and staff at any level, and students.
If you are interested in joining the programme board and shaping the university’s delivery of Black History Month events, please fill out this form by 12:00pm, Thursday 2 September 2021.
The role of programme board is to:
The first programme board meeting will take place during week commencing 6 September 2021.
As part of the planning process, we welcome ideas for themes or events. Please share these using this short form.
All contributions, input, and feedback are highly valued. Please get in touch soon so that your views can be considered in the organisation of this celebration.
Chair of the Sphere Programme Board, Raheela Khan said:
“Last year’s activities for Black History Month and especially the celebration of Black joy followed the turbulent events in the light of George Floyd’s murder.
A superb programme of virtual events attracted widespread campus engagement ensuring the success of BHM during a very difficult year due to the pandemic.
We are excited to keep this momentum for this year’s recognition month and welcome our university community in joining us to celebrate Black history, culture, and achievements.”
For any queries, please contact the EDI Coordinators at BR-EDICoordinators@exmail.nottingham.ac.uk.
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