Black people in Britain fought for civil/equal rights as hard as their American counterparts. The role of women in this struggle has been severely marginalised. Read more
Black History Walks offer guided Walking Tours London to include the African history of London. Read more
There are a number of events related to mental health that are happening every week in London. Improve your knowledge and skills by taking part in an event that works with your schedule! Not all of them are events we have organised but we will aim to post opportunities that are relevant to our work and draw on the wider assets around mental health that exist in the greater London area.
Additionally, the Black Cultural Archives in Brixton has a rich mix of activities and events. You can click here to visit their events page!
The next EEC will be taking place on the 8th of November.Read more
An opportunity for students to network with Black and Asian barristers from all practise areas, reshaping the image many students have of the Bar. Dame Linda Dobbs, the first ever non-white person to be appointed to the Senior Judiciary of the UK will appear as guest speaker.Read more
The Francis Crick Institute presents a special screening of record-breaking blockbuster Black Panther. Read more
Author talk and signing
The stories of ten Africans and their paths through Tudor and Stuart England are traced in this fascinating new book, in which Dr Miranda Kaufmann uncovers a rich array of detail about their daily lives and how they were treated.Read more
A three-hour cruise along the Thames from Temple to Vauxhall to the Thames Barrier and back highlighting the hidden African/Caribbean history on display, which in some areas goes back 3500 yearsRead more
Black people in Britain fought for civil/equal rights as hard as their American counterparts. The role of women in this struggle has been severely marginalised.Read more
Black History Walks offer guided Walking Tours London to include the African history of London.Read more