black history month 2020

For Black History Month 2020 we showcased some incredible black economists and econ students from across the UK. See below for their inspirational videos and blogs!

a-level economics students at st olave's grammer

Ayo, Gloria, Sheena and William tell us why they love economics, how it helps them understand the world and why they think more young people should get involved!

Sarah Lawani, economics undergraduate at the university of greenwich

Sarah talks about two Black economist that inspire her, click these links to find out more about Sadie Alexander and Jhacova Williams.

michael oni, economics undergraduate at the university of greenwich

Michael give his advice to young people considering economics. You can also read his inspirational blog here!

Miriam Hamze, economics undergraduate at the university of greenwich

Miriam inspires us with her passion for economics and why she thinks why it’s so important for young people to become economists and change the world for the better!

Dr Tesfa Mehari, Economics Programme Director at the University of Greenwich

Dr Tesfa talks to us about why he loves economics and why young people from all backgrounds should join economics to make the world a more equal and inclusive

Jaden Razak, economics undergraduate at the University of Greenwich talks to us about his hopes for the future!

Discover Economics is a Royal Economics Society campaign to increase diversity among economics students

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