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The Angelou Centre

The Angelou Centre is a black women-led organization set up in 1994 in Newcastle. It aims to empower black women through a wide range of classes, courses, activities and personal development. It provides holistic culture, social and creative activities in support of women. The recent BAM! Sistahood! heritage project is an example of the Centre’s leadership role in the North East, researching the history and heritage of Black and minority women’s migration.

 

 


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Our Courses

The Department of Arts has a number of undergraduate and postgraduate courses available for study.

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Undergraduate Open Day Events

Looking to study in with us in September? Our Undergraduate Open Day Events are the perfect opportunity for you to find out as much as you can about our wide range of courses and world-class facilities.

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Research at Northumbria

Research is the life blood of a University and at Northumbria University we pride ourselves on research that makes a difference; research that has application and affects people's lives.

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