Part of Black History Month, Kellogg alumna Urvi Khaitan's exhibition traces the lives and careers of some of Oxford’s first black women students.
The University began awarding degrees to women in 1920 and it was from the 1930s that black female students began arriving at Oxford.
Focusing on Kofoworola Ademola (née Moore), Merze Tate, Florence Mahoney, and Karen Stevenson, among others, the exhibition uses photographs, writings, and biographies in an effort to understand their remarkable journeys, unique struggles, and experiences at Oxford.
The exhibition will be introduced by Kellogg Racial Equality and Justice Fellow, Dr Shreya Atrey.
This event is free and open to all. Refreshments will be available. Booking is required, book here.