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- External URL: https://www.blackinclusionweek.com/
The first ever Black Inclusion Week takes place between 10 and 16 May 2021. The aim is to tackle inequalities and celebrate Black Inclusion.
The murder of George Floyd which was caught on video in the US not only motivated protests all over the UK, but it also ignited a national debate over Britain’s history. In response to these often untold horrific historical events, Black Leaders launched a national movement to help drive Black inclusion and challenge inequalities within our communities and working environment.
The hope is that Black Inclusion Week will create tangible change and set a course for a better, more inclusive future during a time when our society has never been more divisive.
The theme for Black Inclusion Week 2021 is #BeTheChange. Change starts within each and every one of us. The idea is that organisations can be the change and choose to:
For more information on Black Inclusion Week please visit their website.
As part of the Leeds University Business School’s joint celebration of Black Inclusion Week and Mental Health Awareness Week (10-16 May 2021), Leeds University Business School is preparing a podcast with alumna Alison Lowe, Chief Executive at Touchstone Mental Health and Wellbeing Charity and Windsor Castle Leadership Fellow and Deputy Dean, Professor Edgar Meyer. The recording of the podcast can be accessed here and as part of the podcast here is the recording of the Diversity Conversation.