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About blackhistorystudies

Black History Studies is a social enterprise company which operates in the interest of the community by offering courses and events in Adult Education. We aim to empower the African and Caribbean community and enable them to develop self knowledge and identity through Black History and Culture. Black History Studies aim to provide a wide range of courses and activities which will provide people with the opportunity to pursue their interest in Black History and Black Studies. We also aim to provide high quality courses and activities that can be accessed by all within the community. Our mission is to inform, inspire and empower people through Black History and Black Studies by educating the community to educate themselves thereby creating a self-sustaining learning circle. Black History Studies is dedicated to providing you with a high quality and professional service and can offer services such as: - Bespoke services for Secondary Schools - Black History and Black Studies Presentations - Black History Course for Families - 5 week short courses on Black History - Beginners and Advanced Black Studies Courses - Weekend courses on Black History and Black Studies - Museum Tours - Film Screenings - Black History Studies Presentations for hire

NOI (UK) End of year celebrations 2014

  On Sunday 29th December, we were invited to an end of year dinner hosted by the Nation of Islam. We had a brilliant evening with good food and good company. Black History Studies was awarded a ‘Creativity & Learning … Continue reading

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Black History Month Family Fun Day

On Saturday 25th October 2014, Black History Studies organised a ‘Black History Month Family Fun Day’ at St Ann’s Library in Tottenham. Delegates attending had the opportunity to meet up with other families, network, have fun and celebrate our contributions … Continue reading

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Breaking the Silence about the Congo Week – October 2014

For a fifth year, Black History Studies took part in the Break the Silence Congo Week for Black History Month 2014. The reason we host Congo Week in the month of October is because it was in October 1996 that mainly … Continue reading

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Black Market & Film Festival – Saturday 20th September 2014

On Saturday 20th September 2014, Black History Studies held our fifth Black Market and Film Festival event at Platanos College, Stockwell. The Black Market is an event to showcase, expose and connect Black cultural and creative entrepreneurs to the community … Continue reading

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Return of the Rudeboy Exhibition at Somerset House

  On Sunday 24th August 2014, my daughter and I went to Somerset House to see the Return of the Rudeboy exhibition. The exhibition was created and curated by prolific photographer and filmmaker for music’s most wanted Dean Chalkley and … Continue reading

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Hidden Colors 3: The Rules of Racism Screening in Luton

On Friday 22nd August 2014, Black History Studies with support from The Naturally You Coach and TNB Luton screened Hidden Colors 3: The Rules of Racism at The Hat Factory in Luton. Thank you to everyone who supported the event … Continue reading

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Hidden Colors 3: The Rules of Racism Screening in Birmingham

On Saturday 16th August 2014, Black History Studies screened Hidden Colors 3: The Rules of Racism at Soho Community Hall in Birmingham. Thank you to everyone who supported the event in Birmingham. Listen to the feedback recorded after the screening. … Continue reading

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