You are invited to the Black History Month Event – Do it for your culture, on Tuesday 30 October 2018, 5:45pm – 8.30pm at Sheffield Hallam Students Union.
‘Do it for your culture’ is a celebration evening as part of the Black History Month/Campaign, that focuses on celebrating Hallam Diversity, black activists, black students and staff that have contributed to the Sheffield community. We welcome everyone, including communities within Sheffield. This event is the beginning of the relaunch of Black History Campaign, 365 days a year. The campaign was originally for one month and had begun 4 years ago at Sheffield Hallam University, however is now expanding and this is an event not to be missed. There will be dinner,
Inspirational speakers, spoken word/Poetry, Student performances and featuring the following
- Zamzam Ibrahim NUS Vice President – Keynote speaker
- Professor Chris Husbands – Keynote Speaker
- Suihaymah Manzoor- Khan – Spoken word/Poetry
- Otis Mensah – Sheffield’s first poet laureate
- Jkas – Performance
- Beef – Student Rapper
Hosting the evening; Sheriff Muhammed – Education Officer, Nabeela Mowlana – Welfare and Community Officer and Hunaida Bhabha – Student.
Places are limited so to confirm attendance please book your place
President, Sheffield Hallam Students’ Union
Student’s Affairs Committee, Federation of Student Islamic Societies North