As October comes to a close,

Reflections on Black History

For 31 days Rampton Hospital patients and staff have been celebrating and elevating the contributions of current Black British artists such as Stormzy. 

The UK’s first Black History month took place in 1987. It was organised through the leadership of Ghanaian analyst Akyaaba Addai-Sebo who had served as a co-ordinator of special projects for the Greater London Council (GLC) and created a collaboration to get it underway. 

Since then people from all backgrounds have recognised and celebrated for 31 days during the month of October that Black history is our history – and Britain has been made all the greater for it.  Happy #BlackHistoryMonth everyone

thank you


Annett Thandiwe Magore

Modern Matron-Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (Forensic Division)

Exploring Hope ‘Hope is being able to see that there is light despite all the darkness’ Desmond Tutu.

Previous post Jinny & Hannah – Carer and Cared for
Next post International Volunteer Manager’s Day – Lyndsy

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Accessibility Options