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Groups from across the University have been developing resources to help staff and students self-educate about the lived realities of racism, recognise white privilege and develop antiracist practice.
All colleagues and students are invited to join in this initiative to nurture confidence to engage in conversations about race, racism and antiracism among the wider University community. Over Semester 1 and 2 we are piloting a series of informal webinars each led by a Brookes colleague with lived experience and/or related expertise.
See Semester 1 sessions »
Events in Semester 2 will be led by Brookes staff and students with lived experience and/or related expertise. All events in Semester 2 will take place via Zoom. Most events take place on a Wednesday from 12 noon - 1pm; however, a few sessions take place at other days/times. Registration for the events is via Eventbrite.
A list of books, films and TV programmes available in the Library or via online services.
If you have information to share on local staff actions please email Jane Butcher: email@example.com
See Mireille Cassandra-Harper's 10 Steps to Non-Optical Allyship and Robin DiAngelo's introduction to how ‘white fragility’ reinforces racism for perspectives on thinking and behaviours.
Watch Re:Tension - 20 minute film, written and directed by Ricardo Barker, which addresses institutional racism, unconscious racial harassment and microaggressions with concrete and relatable drama.
Recordings of interviews and events organised by the Anti-Racism Action Group
On racism, Brexit and religion Revd Shemil Mathew (Oxford Brookes University) in conversation with Prof Anthony Reddie (Regent's Park College, University of Oxford).
On racism, police and the state Diko Blackings (former president of Student Union, Oxford Brookes University) in conversation with Dr Adam Elliott-Cooper (University of Greenwich and The Monitoring Group).
Marius Turda Historicizing Race Discussion Event organised by Upstream, the BAME Action Group and the Working Group on the History of Race and Eugenics, Oxford Brookes University, 13 April 2018.
Onyeka Nubia's lecture on African Presence in Tudor England (Part 1) Oxford Brookes University, 9 Nov 2018, Introduced by Marius Turda, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Onyeka Nubia's lecture on African Presence in Tudor England (Part 2) Questions from the audience.
Recordings of Brookes Black History Month events and features from recent years.
In Conversation with Margaret Busby, Britain’s youngest and first Black woman book publisher (Black History Month 2019)
Afua Hirsch: Brit (ish)...Where are you really from? (Black History Month Lecture 2018)
Cecilia Anim CBE - My journey from Ghana to RCN President (Black History Month 2018)