The Black Liberation Project (BLP) is a forum for Black students to access information on all things Black Liberation; events by societies that represent Black students, the work that societies and individuals do to ensure that you have the best university experience possible, and a forum for Black students to support one another and build community.
Whilst the BLP launched during Black History Month, it is important that Black history and Black liberation campaigns aren’t confined to a single month. The BLP is a campaign that we hope will run prominently throughout the whole academic year.
Feature Your Work
Oftentimes, students can diminish how much of a resource they are for Black liberation. Whether it’s a beauty YouTube channel, a food blog, or a fashion Instagram, we want to promote it to the wider Warwick community, so send us the details!
Become a BLP Rep
We are also looking for BLP Reps to take on the responsibly of organising and/or supporting campaign(s) with societies that represent Black students.
Submit Videos or Think-Pieces
Another way to contribute to the BLP, if you don’t have a personal campaign and don’t want to commit to becoming a BLP Rep, is to submit videos or think-pieces (be it poetry, drawings, or an article) on what Black liberation looks like to you.
Sign Up to the Mailing List
If you’d like updates about the Black Liberation Project on an ongoing basis, please sign up to the mailing list here.