Black in Academia: Staying the Course

Black in Academia: Staying the Course These events are designed to encourage and support black students who are studying in the UK and considering a Masters, PhD or career in academia. Often, information about the steps students need to take to progress through academia are not transparent, easily accessible or well circulated.Read more

Emotional Emancipation Cirlces

The next EEC will be taking place on the 8th of November.Read more

Tracing Your Windrush Roots @ The Black Cultural Archives

A practical workshop led by Genealogist Adrian Stone will offer you the opportunity to search your own family tree and beyond.Read more

The Black Experience Exhibition by Glenda Gaspard

The Black experience exhibition (TBE) is about exposing the neglected conversations regarding identity and perception of self within the Black community.Read more

Jamaican folks song

Jamaica has a rich musical heritage spanning a diversity of styles and forms. Throughout the island’s modern history, music has played a significant role in the social, political and economic life of its people.Read more

Black Power Women of Brixton Walk

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

Clapham Common Walk 2019

Black History Walks offer guided Walking Tours London to include the African history of London.Read more