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Durham University

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

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There are plenty of ways to take part in this year’s Black History Month. Across the UK, various events will be taking place as part of the Black History Month celebration; and most of these will be open to everyone. To know more about upcoming events around the country, please click here.

Wherever you are in the globe, there are various online resources available and accessible to everyone. To give you a head start on your virtual journey, click on the photos below.

Black History Month.org have collated information on various incredible individuals throughout history who have helped in advancing racial equality
On this exhibition, photographer Omar Victor Diop re-enacts defining moments of black struggle in Africa.
The Victoria and Albert Museum holds an array of materials relating to black heritage and culture, including fashion, photography and performance.
The story of black Britain is the story of Britain itself. For almost two millennia, black people have been born, lived and died here. On this BBC timeline, social historian Emma Dabiri highlights 15 great black Britons who made history.
Literary Hub features three poems from the New-Generation African Poets (TANO), an annual chapbook boxset featuring emerging African authors.