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Justice

Justice for Black Lives can take many forms, let us start at the root. The root that is racism and its use to justify the enslavement of Afrikan People. What does this justice look like in the UK? Well to start off the process of healing a wound first you must acknowledge the wound itself. […]

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The Afrikan Diaspora

You might firstly be wondering why Afrika is spelt here with a K click here to know more. Secondly you might be wondering what is Diaspora. It is any communities that has been dispersed outside its traditional homeland, especially involuntarily, being cut off from the communities ancestral roots and therefore isolated in the new location. […]

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Local Heroes

Heroes come in all shapes and forms. Empowering people around them to be part of the change in society. These two educators, publishers, campaigners and community leaders have helped shape that change in the past 50 years in and around London and UK wide too. You can read more about Eric Huntley and the Late […]

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Heroes and Influencers

Calendar of Black History

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Decolonising History

The work of decolonising our minds and hearts can start with revealing all of history. To do that requires us to fold back the lens of history through a colonising narrative. Allowing for the other side of the story to exist without being challenged and given respect. The following article shows the start of this […]

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Intersectional Environmentalism

For too long, the Black community’s relationship to nature has been overshadowed and undermined. “What I find to be the most beautiful thing about Black culture and identity is that, like nature, our history is filled with rebirth and resilience. We find a way, time after time, to rise from the ashes and bloom where […]

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Black Minds Matter

Mental Health is important every single day, it helps align our minds and energy for the coming day full of unknown obstacles. It is okay to admit we need help from time to time. It is okay to say how you are a really feeling. It is okay for us to be hurting so we […]

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History of Slavery in the British Caribbean

Free Online Course Delivered by The University of the West Indies and The University of Glasgow. Explore the history and legacy of British colonial slavery and oppression in the Caribbean through historical slave accounts. Click here to learn more.