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The Black Advisory Hub is hiring for First Year Induction Programme co-facilitators!

10 June 2022

We are currently seeking ten students to work as co-facilitators for this year's upcoming First Year Induction Programme for Black students. This programme was initially formed in response because students working with the Black Advisory Hub had shared that Black students valued an opportunity to network and be informed...

50 Years, and Counting: A Conversation with Professors Wole Soyinka, Kwame Anthony Appiah and Henry Louis Gates Jr

8 June 2022

The Black Advisory Hub warmly encourages people to attend this exciting upcoming event: '50 Years, and Counting: A Conversation with Professors Wole Soyinka, Kwame Anthony Appiah and Henry Louis Gates Jr'. This panel discussion, facilitated by Gillian Tett, is a rare opportunity to gain a first-hand view of the long and...

Submit your anonymous testimonies to Cambridge’s End Everyday Racism project

19 May 2022

End Everyday Racism is a witnessing project at the Department of Sociology that collects anonymous testimonies of everyday racism for use in advocacy and research. EER aims to share evidence of everyday racism to push for social and institutional change, as well as to build solidarity and community around anti-racism...

Our Black experience at Cambridge

As a Black student of Cambridge ...

"I never knew anyone from Cambridge before coming to Cambridge, but I did read my DoS retweeting stuff about Black Lives Matter back in 2016. So, coming to Cambridge and meeting him meant a lot to me that I was assigned to someone who cares about my Blackness. He was all supportive and surprises me with his amazing support. So, believe me, that such support from academics could go a long way in improving the Black experience at Cambridge."

- third-year undergraduate student

“The dinner with the Black Cantab and ACS was the most positive encounter I have had. Having the opportunity to meet people who are Black and building that relationship onwards. It was great to have that opportunity.”

- third-year PhD student