“I am not only Black for a Month”, “Working class people should be represented every single day of the week”, “As a disabled person, I don’t feel seen”, “Being Queer is who I am all the time”.
These are just some of the comments that I have heard about being in a marginalised group in my time at University. I resonated with all of these comments and wanted to do something about it. Liberation is all about setting people free and how can we set our community free if we are limiting liberation to set months or weeks. We have moved beyond needing awareness, we need action. This is what Liberate LUU is, embedding Liberation in all that we do.
Natasha Fowler-Ekar, Equality & Liberation Officer
Liberate LUU Campaign Launch x Community Mixer
Join us for the official campaign launch event on Wednesday 20 October. More details below.