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Black History Month

White Privilege – A Perspective

For Black History Month, our blog is written by Vivienne Connell-Hall (PhD) – one of our Senior Investigators. There was an All-Staff Dial-in on 21 September during which a caller asked the panel (chaired by Lt Gen James Swift (CDP)), to comment on the term “White Privilege”. CDP’s response (and I am paraphrasing here) was that, […]

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Black History Month (BHM)

This month, our blog is being written by Dr Vivienne Connell-Hall – one of our Senior Investigators. What does BHM mean to me?  For me, BHM means that for 31 days out of 365 days of the year there is an opportunity for focussing on Black historical input and achievement, in the United Kingdom.  Paradoxically, […]

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Black history: not just an issue to be discussed in October

This month, our blog is being written by Dr Vivienne Connell-Hall. One of our Senior Investigators, Vivienne has extensive experience in diversity matters and is a part-time lecturer at London Goldsmith University.

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Black History Month

Black History Month – A Look Back

The end of October brings Black History Month to a close for another year. What began in 1987 as a niche interest in direct response to the climate at the time is now a nationally recognised event, celebrated and endorsed across the political divide and by the Royal Navy, British Army and RAF.

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Black History Month