The National Campaign Against Fees and Cuts Black Students’ caucus fights for the rights of black students in antifees and anticuts campaigns, and works to ensure that the needs of black students are adequately represented within the NCAFC.

Along with the other liberation caucuses the NCAFC’s black students network has one reserved voting place on the national committee

The current Black caucus rep is Sara Khan.

NCAFC Black Caucus Blog

NCAFC Black: Statement on arms traders and fossil fuel companies

NCAFC Black is aware of various companies that end up at careers fairs that are dangerous to the safety of the world and particularly the Global South through the wests plundering and neo-colonial wars.

Some to be aware of would be Arms companies which are generally trading in weaponry hence facilitating murder. Amongst them, one that regularly turns up to such fairs is BAE systems. BAE not only supply simple products to Saudi Arabia and Guantanamo Bay but are also known to supply parts for the Israeli F16 aircrafts which caused so much devastation in Gaza last year and in Lebanon last decade. For more information see here:

Caterpillar is another company that supplies bulldozers to the Israeli government to solidify the invasion of the West Bank through uprooting houses and plots of the Palestinians. More information on this company can be found here:

Oil and gas companies are no saints. Not only are they completely destroying the environment for personal gain, freedom of information requests have found strong connections between BP, Shell and the lobby to invade Iraq. The information can be found here:

We, of course condemn this plundering and neo-colonial agenda of western powers to further their market economy through such theft.

The Gharissa Massacre and Kenya’s Post-Colonial Legacy

The Gharissa Massacre and Kenya's Post-Colonial Legacy!

NCAFC condemns the heinous actions of al-Shabab in Garissa, Kenya, killing at least 148 people, and injuring 79 or more. We likewise rebuke the Western media for its apparent blackout in regards to the reporting on the university massacre; the lack of coverage – reinforcing the lack of respect and inferiority that black bodies hold in the global south. NCAFC thirdly condemns the base accusations of populists who seek to claim this to be a religious-sectarian conflict, as the vast majority of victims of al-Shabab are Somali Muslims in Somalia. We uphold that the Garissa attack is the latest episode in an ongoing historical and socio-political struggle in East Africa, one in which the Kenyan government bears equal responsibility….(read more)