We invite students to investigate the implicit and explicit presence of black people in art, music and the media.
We invite students to engage with Black speakers and poets and share their experiences and opinions in our annual showcase.
We invite students to read, discuss and enjoy Black writers, give critical responses and produce original works.
We invite students to engage with the rich tradition of critical black thought and provide their own responses to questions dealing with culturally relevant themes.
Receive access to lectures, discussion groups and skills work-shops
Receive access to a curated syllabus of books, articles and music by Black thinkers
Receive mentorship from Black university students and graduates
Produce a well researched piece of work on a topic of their choice
Receive cash prizes & the chance to be published
Attend a Celebration Day at Oxford University
Race & Climate Justice, Identity & Belonging,
BAME Mental Health, Black Feminism,
Art & Revolution, Race & Resistance