We are a global community established in 2013, committed to enhancing racial equity in higher education and society. Our work is project-oriented, consultancy-based, transformational and developed around a social justice agenda. Our Story
How We Operate
As a self-funded, independent community, we bear the full operational costs of maintaining this website and our social media channels, marketing, content creation, strategic communication and the time and effort involved in developing and harnessing social capital and community-building.
We do not have the human resources to undertake searches or collect and analyse data outside the scope of the specific projects we work on.
Please do not treat our community as a FREE Black database, as that would be to devalue the intellectual capital that we strive to cultivate and that we contribute to society, which is so often marginalised and ignored in the mainstream. Consider using our content promotion service.
As people of colour, our work is marginalised within mainstream structures that operate through policies, systems and processes that perpetuate the very inequalities we strive to eradicate.
Democratic values like equity, are often subsumed by corporate objectives centred on profitability, within an increasingly marketised educational culture.
We believe that working towards social justice is best achieved outside such oppressive environments that do not reflect the ethnic and cultural diversity in society.
We operate as an independent, global community of academics and people who want to be agents of change, through co-creative partnerships on a not-for-profit basis.
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1‘Black’ is used inclusively to refer to people of African descent, Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi, Chinese and multiracial backgrounds. While it is accepted that these groups are heterogeneous, we adopt this strategy to foster unity and facilitate collaboration. See our statement on racial categorisation and terminology.
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