A conversation between Dr. Awino Okech, lecturer at SOAS’ Centre for Gender Studies, and Everjoice Win, Professor of Practice at SOAS, for our Black History
Alumna Yaa tells us why – and how – we should travel in Africa: get off the beaten track, leave only footprints and support local businesses
How can Black women go further? This Black History Month, join our discussion looking at Black women, higher education, and careers.
SOAS Alumnus and Managing Partner at Wayfields Partners Ltd, Peter Charway, discusses education in Britain and the influence of Africa.
“Identity is a delicate thing. All my labels come with problems.”
Professor Lutz Marten explains why now is the time to learn one of Africa’s multiple languages.
Discover the Black history of London on a walking tour during Black History Month, from Islington to Soho, Hackney to the City.
UK Shadow Secretary of State for Justice and SOAS alum David Lammy on how key 2020 will be for Black history.