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Read more at: The Black Advisory Hub is seeking student volunteers for focus groups on the Anti-Racist Glossary

The Black Advisory Hub is seeking student volunteers for focus groups on the Anti-Racist Glossary

13 July 2022

The Black Advisory Hub is seeking student volunteers for focus groups on the Anti-Racist Glossary, a Black student-led project established in 2020 to provide an educational resource on key race-related terms and concepts. The ARG was brought to life by Black Cambridge students who wanted to remove the sense of burden many...


Read more at: The Black Advisory Hub is hiring for First Year Induction Programme co-facilitators!

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...


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

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...


Read more at: Submit your anonymous testimonies to Cambridge’s End Everyday Racism project

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...


Read more at: The Black Advisory Hub is hiring student Content Creators: Summer project work

The Black Advisory Hub is hiring student Content Creators: Summer project work

13 May 2022

The Black Advisory Hub is currently seeking five students to work on developing text and visual content to build our online presence and communications strategy. The focus will be on reviewing current website material and creating new approaches to engage with and support the needs of current Black students, both...


Read more at: We're recruiting!: Student Editors for the Black Advisory Hub Glossary project

We're recruiting!: Student Editors for the Black Advisory Hub Glossary project

6 May 2022

The Black Advisory Hub is seeking two postgraduate students to contribute to the pre-publication stage of the Glossary on racially inclusive language. The work will involve updating and editing a draft student-created Glossary, which was collaboratively designed and developed by teams of Black undergraduate students...


Read more at: Job Opportunity: Research Associate for project to close postgraduate 'offer gap' for under-represented students

Job Opportunity: Research Associate for project to close postgraduate 'offer gap' for under-represented students

20 April 2022

A new collaboration involving researchers, careers specialists and inclusive recruitment organisations aims to address the ‘offer gap’ in postgraduate admissions. This gap refers points to a gulf in application success rates which means too few people from historically marginalised, ethnic minority backgrounds are...


Read more at: The post-Windrush generation: Black British voices of resistance
post-Windrush generation poster with speaker collage

The post-Windrush generation: Black British voices of resistance

15 April 2022

Join an exciting upcoming conference on May 6th and May 7th titled: "Post-Windrush Generation: Black British Voices of Resistance" with panels chaired by Maya MacFarlane and Annoa Abekah-Mensah (HSPS), and Jenni Skinner from The Black Advisory Hub's Steering Group. Keynote speakers include Professor Paul Gilroy, Dr Maggie...


Read more at: Winning essay announced: George Bridgetower essay competition

Winning essay announced: George Bridgetower essay competition

1 April 2022

Congratulations to Maya McFarlane (3rd year HSPS) for winning to new George Bridgetower essay competition, supported by the Alexander Crummel Fund. Maya's essay responded to the prompt: “Cambridge prides itself on being a “globally diverse institution” at the forefront of social and political progress. Since Crummell’s...


Read more at: Call for student representatives for the Steering Group

Call for student representatives for the Steering Group

10 March 2022

The Black Advisory Hub is currently recruiting student representatives for our newly formed Steering Group. We welcome undergraduates and postgraduates with a commitment to enhancing Black student experiences at Cambridge and with an interest in contributing to the Hub's future programme of research, projects and events...