Monthly Archives: April 2014

Pilots of the Caribbean: Volunteers of African Heritage in the Royal Air Force Exhibition

On Friday 18th April 2014, my family and I made an unscheduled visit to the Royal Air Force Museum in London to visit the Pilots of the Caribbean: Volunteers of African Heritage in the Royal Air Force exhibition which was … Continue reading

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V&A Museum of Childhood – Afro Supa Hero Exhibition

On Saturday 2nd February 2014, I visited the V&A Museum of Childhood with friends and family to see the Afro Supa Hero exhibition which ran from 14 September 2013 – 9 February 2014. Afro Supa Hero is a snapshot of … Continue reading

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Charmaine Simpson of Black History Studies shortlisted in #EightWomen Poll

Charmaine Simpson, the co-founder of Black History Studies has been chosen as one of the eight women out of 134 who have made a difference and have changed the UK in the Media Diversified #EightWomen poll. The announcement of the … Continue reading

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A positive output from our Black Economic Empowerment Course

On Saturday 29th March 2014, I left my house to go for a walk and do a bit of shopping. I passed through the Dr Laila Afrika event that was being held at Parkview Acaemy and met up with my … Continue reading

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5 Reasons why we need Black Businesses

5 Reasons why we need Black Businesses by Charmaine Simpson According to George Subira in his book ‘Black Folks Guide to Business Success’, a Black Business is a business doing legal and profitable transactions and is owned by a person … Continue reading

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