February 10th UCU Day Against Racism In The Workplace

12 – 1.30pm What Does Prevent Mean For Us? – Panel Session (JG2001)

What does the Prevent legislation mean for us and how should we respond? Come and find out more at this panel session featuring KU students, NUS Black Students, Bill Bolloten (Education Consultant), Jessie Blackbourn (KU Politics) and KU student films. Hosted by UCU this event is open to all staff and students.

2 – 3.30pm Witness (30 min., 2016) – Film Screening & Discussion (JG4007)

A discussion screening of new film ‘Witness’, an oral history project made by and featuring UCU Black Members speaking about their experience of everyday racism in the workplace. To be followed by open discussion. The findings of the recent UCU survey of Black members on their experience of racism in the workplace will also be available. This session is open to all staff.

4 – 5:30pm UCU Big Black Read – Live! (TH102)

A relay reading of ‘Citizen: An American Lyric’ by Claudia Rankine. Special external guests will share the reading with KU staff and students. All Students & Staff Welcome