We recently took time to reflect on the projects and messages that were shared by the Foundation during October’s Black History Month.
From delivering sessions in primary schools teaching the importance of Black History, to sharing stories from people of black heritage at the Foundation, to empowering local school children and showing their creativity by producing a great poem about Black History Month!
Take a look below…
As part of Black History Month, the children in KS2 have been working with the Sheffield United Community Foundation to consider how to tackle racism and promote inclusion. They really enjoyed listening to the message from Neal Maupay. @CommunitySUFC @nealmaupay18 pic.twitter.com/Gr9uyk9b1s
— St Mary’s High Green (@StMaryHighGreen) October 24, 2021
To celebrate Black History Month, we would like to shine a light on SUCF Health Coach, Dave Kavanagh.
This year’s theme for BHM is “Proud to be” and focuses on celebrating the pride people have in their heritage and culture. 🤝 https://t.co/3bhN2D0spY
— Sheffield United Community Foundation (@CommunitySUFC) October 7, 2021
📕 Back in October we were joined by some of the students at @AstreaAcadSheff as they talked about the importance of Black History Month. Take a look at what they had to say… pic.twitter.com/GWCfYxQQs7
— Sheffield United Community Foundation (@CommunitySUFC) December 16, 2021