The list of things this statue does not represent is extensive and yet it is supposed to represent ‘everywoman’.
This is last of the series of blogs from our students this week, inspired by the Black Lives Matters protests, and it comes from Holly, one of our History Masters post graduates. As a white female growing up in East London, the concept of multi-culturalism has always been something that has intrigued me and made me proud... Continue Reading →
This killing of George Floyd has inspired several of our History students to write blog posts, this one is from Monique, one of our current second years. My heart aches for my people, we have been through a lot. There is so much trauma, so many things we need to unlearn that the oppressor has... Continue Reading →
The next in our continuing series of blogs inspired by the BLM movement from students and staff is from Catriona, who has just completed her second year of study with us. As another middle aged, middle class white person, I also wondered what contribution I could make to the quest for change, the need for... Continue Reading →