Monthly Archives: October 2016

STARR RADIO, UK WILL BE ONE OF OUR MEDIA PARTNERS AT OUR BLACK HISTORY MONTH EVENT AT UK HOUSE OF PARLIAMENT

Star Radio UK will be one of our media partners at this months Black History Month Celebrations at The UK House of Parliament This amazing initiative continues to produce amazing content to a global audience 24/7 Find out more about … Continue reading

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INTRODUCING DE’OSA CATERING SERVICES, A SPONSOR FOR OUR BLACK HISTORY EVENT AT PARLIAMENT

De’Osa Catering & Events Services We offer drop-off, pick-up and full catering service options for weddings, corporate functions, special events and private parties. Our goal is to provide our clients with a pleasant catering experience with convenient solutions that enhances … Continue reading

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AFRICAN CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT (ACD ARTS) WILL BE ONE OF OUR MEDIA PARTNERS AT THIS MONTHS BLACK HISTORY MONTHS EVENT AT PARLIAMENT

African Cultural Development (ACD Arts) and Bantu Arts are sister registered organisations in the UK that links African Arts to the rest of the world both contemporary and traditional. More so, we bridge gap between skilled and unskilled by providing a platform in … Continue reading

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INTRODUCING PAMTENGO RADIO STATION, ONE OF OUR MEDIA PARTNERS AT THIS MONTHS BLACK HISTORY EVENT AT PARLIAMENT

Pamtengo radio provides the news, shared knowledge and cultural perspective that connect and reflect our vibrant and diverse communities. Vision Focusing on our community through radio excellence we will create a unique community resource one that promotes connections and fosters … Continue reading

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INTRODUCING 9JADIASPORA, ONE OF OUR MEDIA PARTNER AT THIS MONTHS BLACK HISTORY CELEBRATIONS AT PARLIAMENT

One Central Hub, connecting Nigerians globally 9jadiaspora is the unique portal where Nigerians living in diaspora can find information, share and exchange ideas, get advice and be mentored, patronise, trade and collaborate with each other. Our objective is to provide … Continue reading

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ROLE MODEL OF THE WEEK, BRIDGET BENJAMIN FROM CAMEROON- PUBLISHED AUTHOR, MOVIE PRODUCER, ACTOR & ENTREPRENEUR

Minister Bridget Benjamin was born in the South West Region of Cameroon, in the beautiful coastline city of Limbe. Her up-bringing was down-to-earth but from an early stage people could always see that she was distinct. She grew up as … Continue reading

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INTRODUCING TRUE AFRICAN HERITAGE -ONE OF OUR MEDIA PARTNERS AT THIS MONTHS BLACK HISTORY EVENT AT PARLIAMENT

The TrueAfrican Heritage Brand, Image and vision, goes beyond the art of community engagement and building relationships, it is a vision inspired to promote, celebrate and embrace “all great things African” amongst various African communities in the diaspora and around the world. … Continue reading

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INTRODUCING FOCUS ORGANIZATION – ONE OF OUR MEDIA PARTNERS FOR THIS MONTHS BLACK HISTORY EVENT AT PARLIAMENT

Born out of a passion for Africa, sound, music, culture and tradition, Focus Organization was founded by Kouassi Atta (Cote d’Ivoire) in 2010. His aim was simple, to bring good music to the masses – music with soul, power, difference, honesty … Continue reading

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OUR BLACK HISTORY MONTHS CELEBRATIONS AT THE UK HOUSE OF PARLIAMENT IS JUST ROUND THE CORNER- INSPIRED BY T.T.F

Dear Elders, Family and Friends, OUR BLACK HISTORY MONTHS CELEBRATIONS AT THE UK HOUSE OF PARLIAMENT IS JUST ROUND THE CORNER- INSPIRED BY T.T.F I am pleased to inform you that I will be organising BLACK HISTORY MONTH CELEBRATIONS at … Continue reading

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The Black Studies Movement in Britain By Dr. Kehinde Andrews

In September 2017 students will enrol on the first Black Studies undergraduate degreeprogramme in Europe at Birmingham City University (BCU). The course is by no means the first to address any of the issues of the African Diaspora. African and Caribbean … Continue reading

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