On any university walking or sightseeing tour, you can hear about the history of the colleges, and the famous alumni – Oscar Wilde, Percy Shelly, Bill Clinton, C.S.Lewis, and Margaret Thatcher – to name a few, but what about its black scholars?
The University of Oxford had many black students from America and the Commonwealth pass through its esteemed colleges throughout history.
This personalised curated 90 minute visual and immersive journey takes you through the cobbled streets of the city to hear about the university's black scholars, from the first pioneers, Christian Frederick Cole, the first black scholar. Kofoworola Moore, the first woman to achieve a degree, Alain LeRoy Locke, the first Rhodes scholar, with many more scholars featured, all from the comfort of your home.
All tours are 90 minutes in duration. Costs: £10.00