Black History Month is a yearly event that celebrates the achievements of Black people in the UK. The university in conjunction with Kent Union and GKSU are celebrating Black History Month by hosting various activities over October.
Professor Sir Hilary Beckles (VC of the University of the West Indies) will be speaking at this event.
A talk from exceptional Black women and students in STEM addressing young, Black women in academia, who want to pursue a career in STEM and inspiring them to aspire higher.
A roundtable discussion covering what decolonisation means in the context of University students.
The Student Success team invites students from the Division of Computing, Engineering and Mathematical Sciences to this FREE screening.
There will a screening of this iconic film at The Gulbenkian followed by a panel discussion.
Head down to the Canterbury campus for a screening of this film which will be followed by a panel discussion.
This powerful film will be screened at The Gulbenkian and followed by a panel discussion.
This exhibition showcases the work women of African heritage contributed to the NHS.
This photographic exhibition is a visual reminder of when students at the University of Kent campus joined together to support the Black Lives Matter anti-racist protests.