February 1st, 2021
In her latest blog, Pro Vice-Chancellor for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion and People Professor Sarah Sharples looks forward to the university celebrating LGBT+ History Month throughout February and reiterates the importance of inclusion in our communities.
As well as providing the opportunity to celebrate the LGBT+ community and the contributions they make to society, Professor Sharples reminds us that LGBT+ History Month is also a poignant time, which highlights and remembers the systemic oppression and abuse experienced by those from the LGBTQ+ community, both in historical times, and in present day.
Read the blog here.
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