Category Archives: Young People

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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Black Child Agenda Event – Sunday 8th June 2014

Had an enlightening time at the Black Child Agenda event hosted by Cheryl Phoenix Henry of UK Black Links who is a soldier, as she lost her voice but still managed to host the event. This was my first time … Continue reading

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Teaching Our Own: Black Homeschooling Fair – Sat 3rd May 2014

On Saturday 3rd May 2014, Black History Studies took part in Leah Salmon’s first ‘Teaching Our Own: Black Homeschooling Fair’ at Chesnuts Community Centre in Tottenham. It’s becoming apparent that the education system isn’t working as well as it should. … Continue reading

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Margins to Mainstream: The Story of Black Theatre in Britain

Today we attended the premiere of ‘Margins to Mainstream: The Story of Black Theatre in Britain,’ a youth-led documentary film at the Royal Court Theatre in Sloane Square. Margins to Mainstream: The story of Black Theatre in Britain is the … Continue reading

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30 Facts about Harriet ‘Moses’ Tubman

30 Facts about Harriet ‘Moses’ Tubman Harriet Ross was born into slavery in 1819 or 1822, in Dorchester County, Maryland. Harriet Tubman’s birth name was Araminta Ross and her nick name was Minty. Harriet Tubman’s mother’s name was Harriet Green … Continue reading

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The Great and Mighty Wall Activities – Download for free!

Check out our short infomercial for the children activities for our new children’s book ‘The Great and Mighty Wall‘ by Black History Studies. For more information and to purchase the book, please go to http://www.blackhistorystudies.com or http://www.bilikisusungbo.com

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