Cambridge Judge celebrates Black History Month
To celebrate Black History Month 2022 – “Time for Change: Action Not Words” – we are hosting a “Saying NO to Racism” event on 18 October. The panel will discuss how to prevent racism and discrimination, exploring what it takes to get race equity cultures for everyone to belong, engage and thrive in. Find out more
Read what members of our community say Black History Month means to them:
Black History Month…
… is a time to commemorate how far our people have come and to serve as a reminder that there is still much more to be done.
… gives us a chance to celebrate things like the achievements of the Windrush generation in the UK; a group of people who have become all too relevant in the news cycle recently.
… is an opportunity to remember and give life to many black histories which I was not taught in my early school days and later in other school curriculums as I grew older.
… is a chance to stop and reflect on the journey black people have been on – from some of the very dark historical events, to moments of inspiration and leadership that have led to change.
… allows us to acknowledge and celebrate unknown and untold stories. It is an opportunity to appreciate the contributions of black people to society.
Black History Month in the news
For Black History Month, we caught up with Queen Chinyere Quinn, an alumna of MPhil ISO (2010) and a PhD (2011-2015).
For Black History Month this October, we caught up with Ayobami Akinyode Olunloyo, an Executive MBA graduate of Cambridge Judge Business School (EMBA 2018).
Joyce Ollunga (MFin 2008), outgoing COO of Arifu, a learning platform for emerging markets, talks about her time at Arifu and her experience as a female entrepreneur.