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    Being black at Oxford

    "Are you an incoming fresher? Are you black? Do you have questions about what life at Oxford can mean for you? Where to get your hair done? Where to buy seasoned food? If so, you’ve come to the right place."

    Oxford University launches new education and enterprise initiative for BAME students

    "This fantastic programme will take that work a step further towards supporting and guiding the careers of the innovation leaders and entrepreneurs of tomorrow."

    New University access scheme to increase number of British Pakistani and Bangladeshi applicants

    Dr Williams says, “We had planned for about 100 participants in the first instance but we have received 471 applications, 450 of which are from prospective undergraduate students."

    Coalition of societies to work for racial equality in Oxford

    Student societies have joined a city-wide Coalition to support the rights of marginalised people in Oxford. The Oxford Coalition of Black Communities and Communities...

    NEVER fail to call out racism: the devastation of silence

    TW: Racism, sexual assault  British society and campuses continue to live in denial of racial inequality entrenched in our communities. Removing the burden of racism...

    Belonging and Burdens at Oxford: Confessions of a BAME Oxonian

    ‘I’m never going to feel like I belong here!’ It was almost a year ago when those words flew out of my mouth. I...

    in Full: Oxford University announces new BAME data

    Oxford University have announced their 2019 BAME undergraduate intake statistics. The 2019 intake of students from Black and Minority Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds was more...

    Female and BME students celebrated in new portrait collections

    Across several Oxford colleges, portrait exhibitions centred on the achievements of female and ethnic minority alumni and academics have been held this month. Portraits of...

    Review: My Mother Runs in Zig-Zags – ‘incredibly refreshing and ambitious’

    An all-BAME cast and crew production, My Mother Runs in Zig-Zags powerfully explores civil war, intergenerational trauma and the diasporic experience

    Cambridge appoints first black leader of an Oxbridge college

    Sonita Alleyne will take over as master of Jesus College Cambridge in October.

    University hosts week of events highlighting diversity in STEM

    The events aimed to explore the intersection between sex, gender, disability, sexuality, and race in STEM

    Preview: My Mother Runs in Zig-Zags – ‘shapes the lived experience of war and migration’

    A poetic performance about migration, war and family, with an all-BAME cast and crew, heads to the North Wall in fifth week

    Scholarship launched to help “break down barriers” for Muslim students

    The scholarship is open to UK Muslim students facing financial hardship

    Knight Of: read the one percent

    Juliet Garcia covers the launch of Knight Of's crowdfunding campaign, centred around BAME children's literature.

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