Impressions is a showcase organised by the Oxford African and Caribbean Society to mark Black History Month.  Exploring what it is to be Black in Britain, it looks at how generations of African descendants contributed innovatively to the social, political and cultural development of the United Kingdom. Bringing together various art forms, including music, art and poetry, we gather to examine how the representation of African and Caribbean people has changed over time, to celebrate the achievements we have made, and to explore Afrofuturism.