By Oluwatosin Attah ‘For the first time since the Slave Trade, for the first time in 500 years, the black family was together again, was whole again, was one again.’ – May 1977 Edition of Ebony Magazine This article highlights the cultural importance of the Second World Black Festival of Arts and Culture whilst underliningContinue reading “FESTAC 77: The Revival of Black and African Cultural Values”
Black Learning Achievement and Mental Health UK CIC (BLAM UK) is now an Approved AQA Unit Award Centre. We are currently providing AQA award Units on Black British history and in the process of creating our own AQA BLAM Black History Module. We provide this service for All Key stages 1-5. AQA provides the UnitContinue reading “BLAM UK Press Release: BLAM UK is now a AQA Award Unit centre”
Black Learning Achievement and Mental Health (“BLAM”) & Black Protest Legal Support’s (“BPLS”) “Hair for people of African descent has always been a human rights issue.” Hair Equality Report 2019 BLAM and BPLS are delighted to announce that Pimlico Academy has now agreed that no students will be excluded for exercising their right to protestContinue reading “Pimlico Students’ Victory- BLAM UK and BPLS Joint Statement”
BLAM UK is a Black-led educational, advocacy and wellbeing Non-Profit. Through our advocacy arm we work with the United Nations to support and protect the human rights of people of African Descent in the UK. On the 6th April 2021, BLAM UK in response to the dubious, ill-written and dangerous Race Report sent communications toContinue reading “UN Experts Respond to BLAM UK Urgent Communications about No10 Race Report”
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