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April 2019

This is Me...I am

This program is for girls ages 8-14. For the girls to fully benefit it is best to attend the full four days. Spaces are limited.  The day will include the valuable life skill of sewing, Workshops & Activities:  Raising Self-Esteem, Positive Self- Talk, Goal Setting and more.  

Girls will need to bring a packed lunch.  Contact 07877651677/ 07851794156 

African Liberation Day 2019

Africa Liberation Day (formerly African Freedom Day) is the annual commemoration of the foundation of the Organisation of African Unity (OAU) (now known as the African Union) on 25 May 1963. It is now commemorated throughout the Pan - African world. PACM has been commemorating ALD in the UK since 1975.

ALD 2019 will feature international speakers such as:

*Dr Ashra Kwesi (USA)
*Professor Kimani Nehusi (Guyana)

and local speakers such as:

*Professor Patrica Daley
*Dr Erica McInnis
*Bro Vasco Stevenson

UK Association Of Black Psychologists Presents: Who Are You? Black Identity And Self-Acceptance

As part of the UK chapter of the Association of Black Psychologists (UKABPsi) ongoing programme of events. This conference seeks to shine on a light on the psychological aspects of Black Identity and its relationship with self-acceptance. The keynote presentation will be by Dr William E Cross Jr; the author of ‘Shades of Black’, one of the go-to books on racial identity and who is a leading authority on the subject. A provocative and challenging speaker; along with five workshops looking at identity from different perspectives, it promises to be a fulfilling conference.



Return To Your Roots Festival 2019 is a two day celebration of natural hair, beauty and wellness. The festival embraces African/Caribbean culture and heritage.

Day 1 - Saturday 4th - Natural Hair and Beauty - Shining a light on UK talent
Day 2 - Sunday 5th - Health and Wellness - taking responsibility, preventing illness

Stephen Lawrence - Remembrance and Celebration of his contribution to chang...


Event Information


Stephen Lawrence was born and grew up in South East London where he lived with his parents Neville and Doreen, his brother Stuart and sister Georgina.

Like most young people he juggled an active social life, school work, family commitments and part-time employment, but he also had ambitions to use his talent for maths, art, and design to become an architect and wanted to have a positive impact on his community.

Black History Activity Book Launch 2.0 October 2019


Due to the huge success of the first Black History Activity Book Launch on Sunday the 7th October 2018, we are back by popular demand! We entertained over 2000 visitors and over 100 stallholders. As a result of the tremendous turnout and amazing feedback we are back bigger and better. This event is ideal for the whole family, bring your children and grandparents.