KCLSU Networks

combat oppression, discrimination, and inequality faced by students from liberation communities on a local and national level
KCLSU Networks are representative communities who act as a platform to facilitate connection, collaboration and collective campaigning
We’ve got Liberation Networks to provide community, empowerment and representation to groups often marginalised in society.
People of Colour Network

KCLSU People of Colour Network is a platform that brings together all KCLSU activity groups supporting students of colour to connect, collaborate and collectively campaign to advocate for students of colour at King’s.

People of Colour refers to all students who self-define as People of Colour, including  African, Arab, Asian and Caribbean students. The term People of Colour was created as a solidarity term to unite people who experience systemic racism, fascism and injustice.


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