Saminda Sidhu, LUU media society member, discusses some of the events and benefits from BAME creative week 2019.
Statistics published by both The Gryphon and the University reveal large disparities between White and Black students in particular at the University of Leeds Black Students were awarded Class 1 degrees at the University of […]
BOPsoc reveals their society’s origins and aims for inclusivity for all to Jody Tideswell. Only two years old but rapidly growing, BOPsoc are a unique inclusive society who are endeavouring to create a relaxed and […]
Its the 30th anniversary of Black History Month, and LUU remain committed to marking the occasion with events, talks from key speakers, screenings and discussions. On the 25th September, Society editor Lara Groves attended a […]
The University of Leeds is considering developing a Black British History module, believed to be the first of its kind at a Russell Group university in the United Kingdom. If the module does go ahead, it could […]
According to the Trade Unions Congress, Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) workers with degrees are two and a half times more likely to be unemployed than their white peers. Official statistics, published by the […]