Black Cultural Archives Nominated for the UK’s Largest Diversity Awards

Black Cultural Archives has been nominated in two categories for the The 2016 National Diversity Awards. Black Cultural Archives is pleased to be nominated for the Community Organisation for Race, Faith & Religion award alongside our Vice Chair Miranda Brawn who has been nominated for the Positive Role Model Award for Race,

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Unedited: Akala presents ‘The Ruins of Empires: An Epic Poem’ a live reading

  BAFTA award-winning hip-hop artist, poet, historian, and lecturer Akala is a creative powerhouse in ascendance, who has a reputation as one of the most dynamic literary talents in the world. For this special one-off appearance, he invites you to the Black Cultural Archives for an intimate live reading that showcases the power of words. […]

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Jean ‘Binta’ Breeze: The Verandah Poems at Black Cultural Archives

  Friday 11 March, 6.00pm-7.30pm Black Cultural Archives and Renaissance One present a special event with the internationally renowned Jamaican poet Jean ‘Binta’ Breeze marks her 60th birthday with the publication of her new poetry collection The Verandah Poems for International Women’s Month. A recipient of an MBE in 2012 for her services to Poetry […]

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Power of Voice Festival celebrating International Women’s Month 2016

  8 March 2016 marks International Women’s Day. A celebration of the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women. This year, Black Cultural Archives presents the Power of Voice festival, a series of events that aims to unify and empower Black women through collective exploration, conversation and debate. We will illuminate the historical accounts […]

Black Cultural Archives Welcomes NMAAHC Director Lonnie G. Bunch III for a special event.

On February 10, Black Cultural Archives held a special event, In Conversation with Lonnie G.Bunch III, a leading history and museum professional and Director of the National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC). Together with Black Cultural Archives’ Director Paul Reid, they discussed the significance of the opening of the highly anticipated NMAAHC, […]

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Black Cultural Archives Vice Chair Miranda Brawn Wins Top Business “BE Mogul” Award

  Black Cultural Archives Vice Chair Miranda Brawn has won a “BE Mogul” Award for