Black Geographers

Black Geographers formed as a collective of Black geography students and graduates who have first hand experience of the many barriers which prevent Black students from studying geography, and how isolating the field can be even after navigating these barriers.

Through collaborative work, Black Geographers aims to not only encourage more Black students to study geography, but to also begin transforming Geography as a discipline, to make it more engaging and inclusive at every level of education.

We provide resources, mentoring, networking and internship opportunities to the students and academics we work with. We also work with educational institutions and geography organisations like Esri , to improve representation, accountability and access across schools and universities. 

Here is a breakdown of how your donation could support our organisation: 

£10 would help us run accessible online events  for black geographers and geoscientists 

£25 would support us to continue developing and producing resources  

£50 would enable us to recruit and train an additional mentor  to black geographers and geoscientists 

£100 would support us with our key research  on the under-representation of black people in geography and geosciences

£200 would be invaluable support for our outreach work  and enable us to reach young black geographers across the UK

Discover more:

www.blackgeographers.com

www.instagram.com/blackgeographers

www.twitter.com/blackgeogorg 

https://www.linkedin.com/company/blackgeographers/ 

https://www.facebook.com/blackgeographers 


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    • £5 
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    • £25 
    • 5 mos
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    • £10 
    • 7 mos
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    • £200 
    • 8 mos
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Organizer

Francisca Rockey 
Organizer
London, Greater London, United Kingdom