ACM’s ACS is here to help you get your voice heard.

They are here to help support your studies, mental health and careers.

Not only is the African and Caribbean Society here to give you a platform for discussion and debate at ACM, but also support you outside of university with networking and career guidance.

Their aim for Black History Month and going forward is to help give exposure to the black community in music. They also want to educate our society on the real facts and history behind black music, as well as cultural factors of both Caribbean and African music (the origins and where they see it going).

During Black History Month 2021, they will be discussing racial bias and current issues surrounding race, whilst demonstrating the influence they have on the world as we strive for racial equality.

If you would like to get to know more about the ACS and potentially join it, please be sure to head to this event to get to know everyone!

Event Details

Date

Thursday 28 October 2021

Time

12:00 - 14:00

Location

ACM Birmingham, F3

Restrictions

ACM students only.
This event is open to current ACM students and those enrolled for a course but yet to commence studies.
You will need a Student ID to register but if you are yet to be given one, please contact us by sending an email to events@acm.ac.uk.