Presentations

 

 

 

Heroines of the African Holocaust:
African Women in War

 

Saturday 4th March 2017

 

 


The Abolition of the Slave Trade Act 1807 was an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom, which was passed on 25 March 1807. March 2017 is the 210th anniversary of this event. After the Abolition of the Slave Trade Act 1807, holding previously enslaved people was still legal and no enslaved people were freed by the Act - so the struggle continued. London played a central role in Britain's involvement in the transatlantic trade in enslaved Africans. Because London was Britain's major port, ships owned by London merchants dominated the trade during the 17th and early 18th centuries. As we prepare to celebrate Women's History Month and International Women's Day, we herald the history making achievements of African women around the world.


This informative and inspirational presentation tells the story of the hidden contribution of African women to the abolition struggles and resistance movements to end the African Holocaust (Slavery). African women were at the forefront of the drive for Black emancipation, so why do we only know about Harriet Tubman and Sojourner Truth? It is important to recognise that the study of Black Women's History makes for a much more inclusive, richer, fuller and more importantly, truthful account of World History. In this presentation, we will cover the lesser known heroines of this period.


Bring your children and family to learn about the great women liberators not taught in school for Women History Month.

 

THIS EVENT IS NOT TO BE MISSED!!


BRING YOUR CHILDREN SO THEY CAN LEARN ABOUT AFRICAN HISTORY NOT TAUGHT IN SCHOOL!

 

This event will take place on SATURDAY 4TH MARCH 2017 from 6pm to 8pm. Doors open at 5.30pm.

 

This event will be held at St Ann's Library, Cissbury Road, Tottenham, London, N15 5PU. Approx 10 mins walk from Seven Sisters Station. On street parking. Buses 67, 259, 279 stop nearby.

 

Admission will be FREE. Donations are encouraged and gratefully accepted.

 

Hot food and refreshments will be on sale on the night.

 

Secure your place here https://africanheroines.eventbrite.co.uk

 

 


 

 

 

 

Black Couples Who Made World History

 

Sunday 5th March 2017

 

 

Throughout history, there are many Black men and women who have joined together in marriage and have contributed to World History. Often their contribution as a couple have been overlooked and not celebrated. There have been attempts to destroy the institution of marriage and to break families apart but Black families have been able to stay together and survive during difficult times in history.


In this presentation, Black History Studies will focus on royalty, liberators, activists, educators and musicians who have altered the course of history. Clearly there is a need to give a balance against the negative messages and images that surround Black relationships as CAN YOU NAME 10 BLACK MARRIED COUPLES WHO HAVE CONTRIBUTED TO WORLD HISTORY?

 

THIS EVENT IS NOT TO BE MISSED!!

 

This event will take place on SUNDAY 5TH MARCH 2017 from 5pm to 7pm. Doors open at 4.30pm.

 

This event will be held at St Ann's Library, Cissbury Road, Tottenham, London, N15 5PU. Approx 10 mins walk from Seven Sisters Station. On street parking. Buses 67, 259, 279 stop nearby.

 

Admission will be FREE. Donations are encouraged and gratefully accepted.

 

Hot food and refreshments will be on sale on the night.

 

Secure your place here https://blackcouplesmakehistory.eventbrite.co.uk

 

 


 

 

 

The Hidden History of Africa Before The Slave Trade

 

Saturday 26th November 2016

 

 


The Hidden History of Africa Before the Slave Trade is a visually stunning presentation that addresses one key question: What history do Black people have before the slave trade started? This lecture discusses the Empire of Mali, the Yoruba Kingdoms, Medieval Sudan, Medieval Ethiopia and the East African Coast. These civilisations have left behind a splendid array of evidence that is discussed in the lecture. This evidence includes wonderful artefacts, illuminated manuscripts, and impressive architecture. A discussion will follow the presentation.

 

THIS EVENT IS NOT TO BE MISSED!!


BRING YOUR CHILDREN SO THEY CAN LEARN ABOUT AFRICAN HISTORY NOT TAUGHT IN SCHOOL!

 

This event will take place on SATURDAY 26TH NOVEMBER 2016 from 7pm to 9pm. Doors open at 6.30pm.

 

This event will be held at St Ann's Library, Cissbury Road, Tottenham, London, N15 5PU. Approx 10 mins walk from Seven Sisters Station. On street parking. Buses 67, 259, 279 stop nearby.

 

Admission will be FREE. Donations are encouraged and gratefully accepted.

 

Hot food and refreshments will be on sale on the night.

 

Secure your place here https://africabeforeslavetrade.eventbrite.co.uk

 

 


 

 

 

 

Economic Empowerment & Entrepreneurship in the Black Community

 

Monday 28th November 2016

 



This thought provoking presentation will introduce you to the knowledge and tools needed to accomplish your goals of achieving economic empowerment and business development through entrepreneurship. This presentation will also encourage you to address your own financial situation with practical advice and tips on how to improve your financial literacy.

 

THIS EVENT IS NOT TO BE MISSED!!

 

This event will take place on MONDAY 28th NOVEMBER 2016 from 7pm to 9pm. Doors open at 6.30pm.

 

This event will be held at St Ann's Library, Cissbury Road, Tottenham, London, N15 5PU. Approx 10 mins walk from Seven Sisters Station. On street parking. Buses 67, 259, 279 stop nearby.

 

Admission will be FREE. Donations are encouraged and gratefully accepted.

 

Hot food and refreshments will be on sale on the night.

 

Secure your place here https://blackeconomics.eventbrite.co.uk

 

 


 

 

 

The Hidden History of Africa Before The Slave Trade

 

Saturday 26th November 2016

 

 


The Hidden History of Africa Before the Slave Trade is a visually stunning presentation that addresses one key question: What history do Black people have before the slave trade started? This lecture discusses the Empire of Mali, the Yoruba Kingdoms, Medieval Sudan, Medieval Ethiopia and the East African Coast. These civilisations have left behind a splendid array of evidence that is discussed in the lecture. This evidence includes wonderful artefacts, illuminated manuscripts, and impressive architecture. A discussion will follow the presentation.

 

THIS EVENT IS NOT TO BE MISSED!!


BRING YOUR CHILDREN SO THEY CAN LEARN ABOUT AFRICAN HISTORY NOT TAUGHT IN SCHOOL!

 

This event will take place on SATURDAY 26TH NOVEMBER 2016 from 7pm to 9pm. Doors open at 6.30pm.

 

This event will be held at St Ann's Library, Cissbury Road, Tottenham, London, N15 5PU. Approx 10 mins walk from Seven Sisters Station. On street parking. Buses 67, 259, 279 stop nearby.

 

Admission will be FREE. Donations are encouraged and gratefully accepted.

 

Hot food and refreshments will be on sale on the night.

 

Secure your place here https://africabeforeslavetrade.eventbrite.co.uk

 

 


 

 

 

 

Economic Empowerment & Entrepreneurship in the Black Community

 

Monday 28th November 2016

 



This thought provoking presentation will introduce you to the knowledge and tools needed to accomplish your goals of achieving economic empowerment and business development through entrepreneurship. This presentation will also encourage you to address your own financial situation with practical advice and tips on how to improve your financial literacy.

 

THIS EVENT IS NOT TO BE MISSED!!

 

This event will take place on MONDAY 28th NOVEMBER 2016 from 7pm to 9pm. Doors open at 6.30pm.

 

This event will be held at St Ann's Library, Cissbury Road, Tottenham, London, N15 5PU. Approx 10 mins walk from Seven Sisters Station. On street parking. Buses 67, 259, 279 stop nearby.

 

Admission will be FREE. Donations are encouraged and gratefully accepted.

 

Hot food and refreshments will be on sale on the night.

 

Secure your place here https://blackeconomics.eventbrite.co.uk

 

 


 

 

 

 

The Black Presence in Haringey / Black Haringey Heroes

 

Monday 3rd October 2016

 

 

 

This fascinating presentation by Black History Studies focuses on the hidden history of London and the contributions made by people of African and Caribbean descent to the London Borough of Haringey. We will focus on the lives, work and legacy of remarkable men and women who have lived, worked and contributed to Haringey such as Walter Tull, Martha Osamor, Bernie Grant, Dyke & Dryden, The Black Education Movement and Black Supplementary School Movement, Haringey Anti-Apartheid Movement and more.

 

THIS EVENT IS NOT TO BE MISSED!!

 

This event will take place on MONDAY 3RD OCTOBER 2016 from 7pm to 9pm. Doors open at 6.30pm.

 

This event will be held at St Ann's Library, Cissbury Road, Tottenham, London, N15 5PU. Approx 10 mins walk from Seven Sisters Station. On street parking. Buses 67, 259, 279 stop nearby.

 

Admission will be FREE. Donations are encouraged and gratefully accepted.

 

Hot food and refreshments will be on sale on the night.

 

Secure your place here http://blackharingey.eventbrite.co.uk

 

 


 

'Black Paris: Race and Culture in the City of Light'

 

Tuesday 11th October 2016

 

 

 

This informative and inspirational presentation by Black History Studies tells the story of the African Americans who left America to create the Jazz age in Paris between the First and Second World Wars. After peace was signed at Versailles, many African Americans remained in Europe rather than return to the brutal segregation and racism of America. Over the next two decades, they formed an expatriate community of musicians, entertainers and entrepreneurs, primarily congregating in Paris' hilly Montmarte neighbourhood. This event celebrates the 110th birthday of the dancer, singer and actress Josephine Baker. Donations are encouraged and gratefully accepted.

 

THIS EVENT IS NOT TO BE MISSED!!

 

This event will take place on TUESDAY 11TH OCTOBER 2016 from 7pm to 9pm. Doors open at 6.30pm.

 

This event will be held at Hornsey Library, Haringey Park, Hornsey, N8 9JA. Nearest Tube: Finsbury Park Station. Nearest Train Station: Crouch Hill Station. Buses 41, 91, W3, W5, W7.

 

Admission will be FREE. Donations are encouraged and gratefully accepted.

 

Hot food and refreshments will be on sale on the night.

 

Secure your place here http://blackparis.eventbrite.co.uk

 

 


 

The Amazing History of Black People in London before 1948

 

Thursday 13 October 2016

 

 

 

This fascinating presentation by Black History Studies focuses on the hidden history of London and the contributions made by people of African and Caribbean descent to London in the areas of Literature, Politics, Music and Health & Welfare before 1948. Most people believe that Black people only came here in 1948. Black people have lived in Britain since Roman times. Moors were a common sight in Elizabethan England. There were great Black personalities in 18th and 19th century Britain. This presentation tells their story.

 

We will cover key questions such: Were Black people here in Roman times? What roles did Black people have in 17th century Britain? Who were the great Black personalities of the 18th and 19th centuries? What was that Black newspaper that operated out of Fleet Street in 1920? This presentation will highlight the invaluable input people of African and Caribbean descent have provided to London, from the 17th century to 1948.

 

THIS EVENT IS NOT TO BE MISSED!!

 

This event will take place on THURSDAY 13TH OCTOBER 2016 from 7pm to 9pm. Doors open at 6.30pm.

 

This event will be held at St Ann's Library, Cissbury Road, Tottenham, London, N15 5PU. Approx 10 mins walk from Seven Sisters Station. On street parking. Buses 67, 259, 279 stop nearby.

 

Admission will be FREE. Donations are encouraged and gratefully accepted.

 

Hot food and refreshments will be on sale on the night.

 

Secure your place here http://blacklondon1948.eventbrite.co.uk

 

 


 

 

Black History Studies, BlackStar Online and Nu Beyond presents:

 

'Ah Weh Dem Ah Gwaan Wid?
Science Fiction vs Black Fact'

 

Monday 18th July 2016

 

Uhuru


Have you ever considered things like why Black people were invariably absent in many of the old Sci Fi films? Or what have the Xmen got to do with Black History. Or even what has Marcus Garvey got to do with He-Man?

 

Well in this highly interactive and thought provoking talk, Brother Hakim 'The Film Doctor' & Dr Lez Henry will take you on a journey through the world of Sci Fi, revealing 'weh dem really ah gwaan wid' when it comes to Black representation in film and television.

 

THIS EVENT IS NOT TO BE MISSED!!

 

This event will take place on MONDAY 18TH JULY 2016 from 7.00pm

 

The event will be held Upstairs at the Ritzy, Ritzy Picturehouse, Brixton Oval, Coldharbour Lane, London, SW2 1JG.

 

For location details go to https://www.picturehouses.com/cinema/info/Ritzy_Picturehouse

 

Doors open at 6.30pm. The event will start 7pm sharp!

 

Seats are unallocated.

 

Admission is £8 per person.

 

Purchase your ticket from https://www.picturehouses.com/cinema/Ritzy_Picturehouse/film/black-history-science-fiction-vs-black-fact

 

(Please note, photographs will be taken at this event and may be used for promotional purposes).

 


 

 



Black History Studies in association with The Earth Center UK presents

 

The World's Oldest Science:
Decoding Traditional African Astronomy

 


Saturday 23rd July 2016

 

Naba Iritah Shenmira



"_While humanity was waiting for new developments in the science of geometry, mathematics, astronomy... humanity has not seen anything that is fundamentally new since the discoveries of the priest of the temples of the Pharaohs._" - NEB NABA LAMOUSSA MORODENIBIG, THE PHILOSOPHY PODIUM


Kemetic culture has always been the world authority on spirituality, philosophy, astronomy, healing, mathematics, geomancy and so on. This remains true to this day, although religious/governmental institutions have obscured the origin and existence of the Kemetic culture through campaigns of warfare, propaganda and misinformation. Never ones to lay down their culture or their values, the Kemetic spiritual system has survived intact, maintaining its authenticity to the modern day. It has been preserved by the elders of the traditional priesthood from the initiation system of the Niger Valley. These priests and priestesses, after their ancestors were ordered by the Pharaoh to relocate from the Nile Valley to escape invasions, have been preserving this knowledge in secret.

 

On this night, Naba Iritah Shenmirah himself a Kemetic priest and son of the late Naba Lamoussa Morodenibig High Priest and founder of the Earth Centre, will speak on this ancient tradition.

 

Who are the Earth Center?

 

The Earth Center is the unified form of the Temples and Nomes of the Nile and Niger River Valley region, also known as Kemet. It is a spiritual organisation and is not religious, it is not-for-profit and non-governmental. Its purpose is to promote the well-being of all people by educating humanity about the Kemetic culture, which is the original model for all other cultures around the world. The Earth Center opened its doors in the U.S.A. in 1998 when Dogon High Priest, Master Naba Lamoussa Morodenibig, began initiating students in Chicago, Illinois.

 

After Master Nabas transition his son Naba Iritah Shenmira took over his work and has continued to move the Earth Centers mission forward.

 

This event will take place on SATURDAY 23RD JULY 2016 from 3.00pm.

 

The event will be held Upstairs at the Ritzy, Ritzy Picturehouse, Brixton Oval, Coldharbour Lane, London, SW2 1JG.

 

For location details go to https://www.picturehouses.com/cinema/info/Ritzy_Picturehouse

 

Doors open at 3.00pm.

 

The event will start 3.30pm sharp!

 

Seats are unallocated. Admission is £8 per person.

 

Purchase your ticket from https://www.picturehouses.com/cinema/Ritzy_Picturehouse/film/decoding-traditional-african-astronomy

 

(Please note, photographs will be taken at this event and may be used for promotional purposes).

 

 


 

 

 Empowering Women Entrepreneurs Workshops for
International Women Month 

 

 



Black History Studies
in association with The Global Institute of Entrepreneurship presents a series of workshops designed to inspire women through thought provoking discussions, Q&A and lessons learned, enabling attendees to visualise future business goals and formulate plans to achieve them. Attending these workshops will help attendees to move that business idea to that next level!

 

Each workshop will take place from 7pm to 9pm at Public & Commericial Services Headquarters, 160 Falcon Road, Clapham Junction, London SW11 2LN, (3 minutes walk from Clapham Junction mainline station). Buses to the venue 35, 37, 39, 49, 77, 87, 156, 70, 219, 239, 295, 319, 337, 334, 345, C3, G1. Free parking available on site.

 

Admission will be £6.50 per person. Children under 16 year olds are FREE.

 

To book your place, email info@blackhistorystudies.com

 

Wednesday 9th March - Are you ready for Entrepreneurship

 

Starting and creating your own business is life-changing. It can be fun, exciting and challenging. In this interactive, two hour workshop you will be introduced to the life of an entrepreneur. You will be provided with insight to help you decide if owning a business is right for you.

 

Wednesday 16th March - Roadmap for Success

 

If you have a specific business idea or you've been in business a few years but never wrote a business plan, this introduction business planning workshop is for you. This session introduces the basic components of a good business plan. It will help you move forward with confidence, learn how to conduct informative marketing research and explore how to create financial plans that will support business viability.


Wednesday 23rd March - Tips to running your business from home

 

Record numbers of people are starting a business and becoming their own boss and over 60% of these businesses are started from home. Could this be an option for you? Entrepreneurs are using their home space to bring business ideas to life. You will be provided with tips to help you decide if running your business from home is right for you.

 

Wednesday 30th March - Tips to financing your start up business

 

Establishing a solid financial base for your business should be one of the first tasks every start-up turns to. Whatever kind of business you're setting up from a one-person operation based at home, to a high-tech tech business, you need to be clear about how much money you're going to need and where you're going to get it. This workshop will provide you with tips and suggest as to how and where to get starting in terms of acquiring finance for your business start up.

 

Presenter: Diana Powell

 

 

Diana Powell has over 20 years working within education, youth and enterprise development both within the UK, USA and West and North Africa. Her current achievements have included the development and establishment of the Global Institute for Entrepreneurship a registered charity developed to provide various platforms to nurture entrepreneurship sequentially breaking down social and economic barriers that hinder the mind-set of many established and budding entrepreneurs.

Key areas of work:

 


 

 

 

'Black Olympics: The History of
Black Olympians from 1904'

 

Monday 26th October 2015

 

 

This presentation will look into the history of Black participation in the Olympic Games. The early Black Athlete is rarely acknowledged and most are unaware of the contributions of early Olympians such as George C. Poage, Len Taunyane and Jan Mashiani. We will examine the contributions of Black Olympians from Europe, the Caribbean and the Americas in the Olympic and the Paralympic Games.

 

This screening will take place on MONDAY 26TH OCTOBER 2015 from 7.00pm to 9.00pm.

 

This event will be held at St Ann's Library, Cissbury Road, Tottenham, London, N15 5PU. Approx 10 mins walk from Seven Sisters Station. On street parking available. Buses 67, 259, 279 stop nearby

 

Doors open at 6.30pm. The presentation will start at 7pm sharp! Hot food and refreshments will be on sale.


Admission will be FREE. Donations will be appreciated.

 


PLEASE ARRIVE AT LEAST 15 MINUTES EARLY.


Places for this event is limited so if you are interested in attending please reply as soon as possible to acknowledge your place. Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis, so don't delay. Please confirm via email info@blackhistorystudies.com of how many of you will be attending this event. Please can you also notify any cancellations made after confirmation.

 

(Please note, photographs will be taken at this event and may be used for promotional purposes).

 


 

'Africans Resistance in Brazil & Quilombo Country'

 

Monday 2nd November 2015

 

 

20 November 2015 is the 320 year anniversary of the death of King Zumbi.

 

Black History Studies will talk about the African Resistance to Slavery in Brazil followed by the screening of "Quilombo Country," the award-winning feature documentary about Brazilian villages founded by escaped and rebel enslaved Africans. Brazil was brutal and deadly for millions of Africans. But many thousands escaped and rebelled, creating settlements in Brazil's untamed hinterland. Today these communities struggle to preserve a rich heritage born of resistance to oppression.

Quilombo Country
tells the story of these communities, with rare footage of festivals and ceremonies that blend Catholic, African and native Amazonian rituals and customs, and examines issues of political identity, land rights, and racial and socioeconomic discrimination. Narrated by Chuck D, leader of the iconic hip hop band Public Enemy.

 

This screening will take place on MONDAY 2ND NOVEMBER 2015 from 7.00pm to 9.00pm.

 

This event will be held at St Ann's Library, Cissbury Road, Tottenham, London, N15 5PU. Approx 10 mins walk from Seven Sisters Station. On street parking available. Buses 67, 259, 279 stop nearby

 

Doors open at 6.30pm. The presentation will start at 7pm sharp! Hot food and refreshments will be on sale.


Admission will be FREE. Donations will be appreciated.

 


PLEASE ARRIVE AT LEAST 15 MINUTES EARLY.


Places for this event is limited so if you are interested in attending please reply as soon as possible to acknowledge your place. Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis, so don't delay. Please confirm via email info@blackhistorystudies.com of how many of you will be attending this event. Please can you also notify any cancellations made after confirmation.

 

(Please note, photographs will be taken at this event and may be used for promotional purposes).

 


 

'The Hidden History of Africa Before The Slave Trade'

 

Monday 9th November 2015

 

 



The Hidden History of Africa Before the Slave Trade is a visually stunning presentation that addresses one key question: What history do Black people have before the slave trade started? The lecture discusses the Empire of Mali, the Yoruba Kingdoms, Medieval Sudan, Medieval Ethiopia and the East African Coast. These civilisations have left behind a splendid array of evidence that is discussed in the lecture. This evidence includes wonderful artefacts, illuminated manuscripts,and impressive architecture. A discussion will follow the presentation.

 

This event will take place on MONDAY 9TH NOVEMBER 2015 from 7.00pm to 9.30pm. The event will be held at the PCS Headquarters, 160 Falcon Road, Clapham Junction, London SW11 2LN, (3 minutes walk from Clapham Junction mainline station. Buses to the venue 35, 37, 39, 49, 77, 87, 156, 70, 219, 239, 295, 319, 337, 334, 345, C3, G1).

 

Doors open at 6.30pm.

 

The event will start 7pm sharp! Hot food will be on sale.

 

Admission will be £5 per person (payable on the door, cash payments only). Children under 16 are FREE.


PLEASE ARRIVE AT LEAST 15 MINUTES EARLY.


Places for this event is limited so if you are interested in attending please reply as soon as possible to acknowledge your place. Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis, so don't delay. Please confirm via email info@blackhistorystudies.com of how many of you will be attending this event. Please can you also notify any cancellations made after confirmation.

 

(Please note, photographs will be taken at this event and may be used for promotional purposes).

 

 


 

Black History Studies and The Holy Qubtic Church presents...

African Culture Birthed European Civilisations

Featuring from the USA the Rev AJ Varmah (Ba-Sesh Haru-Hotep Tar)

Saturday 14th November 2015 @ 4:00pm - 9:00pm at Platanos College, Clapham Road, Stockwell, London, SW9 0AL

Admin: £5 in advance or £7 on the door

Ticket: www.africanculture.eventbrite.co.uk 

 


Many people are under the impression that the European invasion of Africa, as well as their colonisation methods, is what brought civilisation to the continent. On the contrary, when we look back at our history; it was the other way around. It was during their invasion that these Europeans studied our science, our governing systems, our agriculture methods, our history, our technological advancements, our spiritual practices and more. We will be explore the many things they stole, and why we used science in the manner that we did, as well as how to utilise our sciences today.


Tickets: www.africanculture.eventbrite.co.uk


***Vendor opportunities are available, as well as food and refreshments will be sold on the day.

 


 


PAST EVENTS

'Economic Empowerment & Entrepreneurship in the Black Community'

 

Saturday 18th July 2015


 

This thought provoking presentation will introduce you to the knowledge and tools needed to accomplish your goals of achieving economic empowerment and business development through entrepreneurship.

 

This presentation will also encourage you to address your own financial situation with practical advice and tips on how to improve your financial literacy. We will discuss the history of Black Enterprise in the UK, historic examples of cooperative economics (Ujamaa) that advanced the Black Community and youth entrepreneurship.

 

This event will be held at the Marcus Garvey Library, Tottenham Green Centre, 1 Phillip Lane, Tottenham, London, N15 4JA. Nearest Tube: Seven Sisters Station. Nearest Mainline: Bruce Grove Station. Buses: 123, 149, 230, 243, 259, 279, 318, 341, 349, 476, W4. Parking available on site (£4)

 

Doors open at 4.30pm.

 

The event will start 5pm sharp! Hot food will be on sale.

 

Admission is FREE. Donations would be appreciated.


PLEASE ARRIVE AT LEAST 15 MINUTES EARLY.


Places for this event is limited so if you are interested in attending please reply as soon as possible to acknowledge your place. Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis, so don't delay. Please confirm via email info@blackhistorystudies.com of how many of you will be attending this event. Please can you also notify any cancellations made after confirmation.

 

(Please note, photographs will be taken at this event and may be used for promotional purposes).

 


 


A JAZZ APPRECIATION MONTH PRESENTATION

 

'Lady Sings the Blues:
100th Anniversary of the Birth of Billie Holiday'

 

Monday 13th April 2015

 

 

Billie Holiday



On Monday 13th April 2015, for 'Jazz Appreciation Month' Black History Studies presents ‘Lady Sings the Blues: 100th Anniversary of the Birth of Billie Holiday'

 

The legendary American jazz vocalist was born on 7th April 1915 in Philadelphia and died in 1959 in New York City at age of 44. This event is to commemorate the 100th birthday of Billie Holiday who sparked mainstream acceptance of musical protest with the famous song ‘Strange Fruit' and influenced a number of artists like Lena Horne, Kate Bush, Tina Turner, Macy Gray, Beyonce and Amy Winehouse.

 

We will be presenting some interesting facts about Billie Holiday and utilising rare TV and movie clips, along with commentary by a stellar group of jazz instrumentalists and singers who knew her well to explore the life of this jazz legend.

 

THIS EVENT IS NOT TO BE MISSED!

 

This event will take place on MONDAY 13TH APRIL 2015 from 7.00pm to 9.30pm. The event will be held at the PCS Headquarters, 160 Falcon Road, Clapham Junction, London SW11 2LN, (3 minutes walk from Clapham Junction mainline station. Buses to the venue 35, 37, 39, 49, 77, 87, 156, 70, 219, 239, 295, 319, 337, 334, 345, C3, G1).

 

Doors open at 6.30pm.

 

The event will start 7pm sharp! Hot food will be on sale.

 

Admission will be £5 per person (payable on the door, cash payments only). Children under 16 are FREE.


PLEASE ARRIVE AT LEAST 15 MINUTES EARLY.


Places for this event is limited so if you are interested in attending please reply as soon as possible to acknowledge your place. Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis, so don't delay. Please confirm via email info@blackhistorystudies.com of how many of you will be attending this event. Please can you also notify any cancellations made after confirmation.

 

(Please note, photographs will be taken at this event and may be used for promotional purposes).

 


A FINANCIAL LITERACY MONTH PRESENTATION

 

'Economic Empowerment & Entrepreneurship in the Black Community'

 

Wednesday 1st April 2015

 

 



On Wednesday 1st April 2015, for 'Financial Literacy Month' Black History Studies presents 'Economic Empowerment & Entrepreneurship in the Black Community.'

 

This thought provoking presentation will introduce you to the knowledge and tools needed to accomplish your goals of achieving economic empowerment and business development through entrepreneurship. This presentation will also encourage you to address your own financial situation with practical advice and tips on how to improve your financial literacy.

 

An event for all the family!

 

This event will take place on WEDNESDAY 1ST APRIL 2015 from 7.00pm to 9.00pm. The event will be held at the PCS Headquarters, 160 Falcon Road, Clapham Junction, London SW11 2LN, (3 minutes walk from Clapham Junction mainline station. Buses to the venue 35, 37, 39, 49, 77, 87, 156, 70, 219, 239, 295, 319, 337, 334, 345, C3, G1).

 

Doors open at 6.30pm.

 

The event will start 7pm sharp! Hot food will be on sale.

 

Admission will be £5 per person (payable on the door, cash payments only). Children under 16 are FREE.


PLEASE ARRIVE AT LEAST 15 MINUTES EARLY.


Places for this event is limited so if you are interested in attending please reply as soon as possible to acknowledge your place. Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis, so don't delay. Please confirm via email info@blackhistorystudies.com of how many of you will be attending this event. Please can you also notify any cancellations made after confirmation.

 

(Please note, photographs will be taken at this event and may be used for promotional purposes).

 


 

Black II Black Empire presents an exclusive lecture by

Tariq Nasheed of Hidden Colours fame on

 

International Rules of Racism

 

Sunday 15th March 2015 @ Friends House, Euston

 

 

Tariq Nasheed

 

Black II Black Empire present a live event with Tariq Nasheed of Hidden Colours Trilogy fame, featuring Nu-Beyond's Dr Lez Henry.

 

Tariq Nasheed is best known for his critically acclaimed documentary series Hidden Colors 1,2,3 and the forth coming Hidden Colors 4. Despite being a New York Times Best-selling author and his documentaries topping Amazon best seller list, this Los Angeles based family man has not rested on his laurels; instead he has continued to give lectures<