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School of Informatics People and Culture

School of Informatics People and Culture

Information about People and Culture activities and resources in the School of Informatics

Black History Month

Our School is a community of people from many different backgrounds, which makes it an inspiring place to learn and work. Members are respected for who they are, and the culture they come from doesn’t matter. So, in a sense, it is weird to spotlight some groups over others. Rather than make a big deal, let’s keep being kind and supporting each other no matter what their background. It’s the small things that matter.

Nevertheless, it is Black History Month! Let’s celebrate the diversity we have, which plays a vital role in our School, including the many other cultural influences in the UK. This is an opportunity to pause and reflect on the priviledges we enjoy as students and staff in the School of Informatics. To see that this is not automatic, you may want to learn more about various people’s experiences or take action. Additionally, the University is holding various events you could attend.



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