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Black History Month

This October Bradfield is recognising Black History Month, which this year has been focused on celebrating the achievements of black women, under the title of 'Saluting our Sisters'. Staff have been encouraged to include this theme within classroom lessons and case studies this month to increase awareness and knowledge of the vital contribution of black women in UK society and the global community. The Garrett Library has also created a vibrant display showcasing these numerous achievements to educate the Bradfield community.

From, blackhistorymonth.org.uk 'the theme of Celebrating our sisters emphasizes the vital role black women have played in shaping history, inspiring change, and building communities. This year’s commemoration will feature trailblazing black women who have made incredible contributions to literature, music, fashion, sport, business, politics, academia, social and health care, and more. Through the Black History Month Magazine and online platforms, we will amplify their voices, stories, and achievements, inspiring future generations to carry on their legacy'.

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