Directors Letter: March-ing Forward

This has been another exciting and busy month, as we move closer to the opening of the national Black heritage centre. March started with an unexpected surprise when I received a call on Wednesday 6th March from Dawn Hill, BCA Chair who asked me to be at Windrush Square for 9am on Thursday morning for […]

Black Cultural Archives’ growing family

As the year ends the Black Cultural Archives family increases. We’d like to welcome new faces and long-standing supporters to be part of the exciting journey to the opening of Black heritage centre. These new members and groups are part of our continuing efforts to grow the organisation to meet its full potential. Archives Acquisitions Sub Committee: l-r […]

Director’s Letter – Seasons Greetings from Black Cultural Archives

Seasons Greetings, In keeping with the festive season we have dedicated this month’s newsletter to Kwanzaa. Dr. Maulana Karenga introduced Kwanzaa (first fruits of the harvest) in 1966 to establish a cultural practice and a pillar of strength for the African community. In doing so he introduced a unifying tradition for the family and community […]