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The Black in Geography seminar is a series organised by students in the Geography department at the University of Cambridge. We invite Black geographers (lecturers and students) to speak on Blackness, foregrounding Black voices and experiences in a discipline rooted in coloniality and normative whiteness. Our seminars are informal and we do not record them, to create a safe space for open discussion.

Organisers: Frédérique Fardin (flf25@cam.ac.uk), Matipa Mukondiwa (mtm62@cam.ac.uk) and Ed Kiely (emk31@cam.ac.uk).

Relevant organisations:

Black geographers: https://www.blackgeographers.com/

Race Talks Seminar Series: https://www.gender.cam.ac.uk/Events/race-talks-seminar-series

Decolonise Sociology: https://decolonisesociology.com/

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