16 October 2017
Black History month is an important event in the equality, diversity and inclusion calendar and we wish to recognize its significance as a part of race equality.

There are many different aspects to Black History, and in this, the 30th year of Black History Month there is a vast breadth and depth of information available on the official website: here.

One aspect of Black History that links directly to the history of the City of Lancaster concerns the slave trade in the 18th and early 19th centuries. See more here.

Find out more about the events organised by LUSU for Black History Month at Lancaster University.

To find out more about Lancaster University's plans for the Race Equality Charter - visit our page on Race & Religion.