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NABSS Awards 2020

  1. Date: Saturday 22nd
  2. Time: 6pm to 10pm
  3. Venue: Chestnut Community Centre
  4. Host: Griot Chinyere
  5. FREE Entrance
  1. Link on NABSS Website for rest of the year
  2. Logo on eflyer
  3. Logo on screen during event
  4. Opportunity to promote product/ business during event
  5. Logo shared on NABSS Weekly newsletter and social media linked to a website or email address of your choice. 
  6. Deadline February 17th.

Education is in our hands, let us hold hands…

Education is in our hands, let us hold hands
It’s the least we can do, in taking a stand…
Our children’s future, depends on what we do
Considering our history, and what we have come through…

And still we rise, against barriers and borders, put up
Our ancestor’s proof, we are made of good stuff…
As people of colour, let our genius shine
Knowledge, wisdom, together, entwined…

Education is in our hands, let us hold hands
Inspiring our children with a universal plan...
Bringing together intergeneration
Promoting self-determination, across our nation…

Throughout the passage of time, we have held hands before
Created great civilizations, inventions and much more…
Continuing a legacy, rich in tradition
Reflecting our value, for what we have consistently given…

Education is in our hands; let us hold hands, once more
Creating a global education, the World has never witnessed before…

Education is in our hands, let us hold hands…

Written by Raoul Dero
The Universal Poet
4th November 2019
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Youth Learning Network is recruiting children & young people for those in schools years 1 - 11 for three hourly lessons in English, Maths, Science at the Goose Green Community Centre, 62A East Dulwich Road, SE22 9AT every Saturday from 13.00-16.00 as well as all those preparing for their GCSEs.
Two primary school teachers required.
Please spread the words.

Contact Kwame Ocloo on 07821623009 or email info@youthlearningnetwork.org



Education Through Film Is Back!
Join us on the 8th Feb for the first one of the year.
Are you looking for some real good edutainment?

Come along to an afternoon where we will educate ourselves through two amazing docu-films.

Dark Girls is a powerful documentary that documents colourism within the African American community, a subject still considered taboo by many black folks.

The Tuskegee Airmen were the first black military aviators (fighter and bomber) Corps (AAC), a precursor of the U.S. Air Force. Trained at the Tuskegee Army Air Field in Alabama, they flew more than 15,000 individual sorties in Europe and North Africa during World War II.


It’s due to be a great afternoon set to inspire and empower whilst you surround yourself with a group of like-minded individuals.
What are you waiting for?
SECURE YOUR SEAT NOW!

NABSS TV Interview with Margaret Noel from
Descendants Supplementary School,
Ealing, West London


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Full Time SDA Afrikan Heritage led school in Birmingham..



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Harper Bell Sda School | Harper Bell Seventh-day Adventist School
Harper Bell Seventh-day Adventist Primary School is a SDA Christian School for 4-11 year olds in Birmingham, England.
 
 
Black History Walks just announced a new event and we wanted to make sure you were the first to know!
 
 
Trafalgar Square Black History Walk
 
 
 
 

Trafalgar Square Black History Walk

 
Saturday, 14 March 2020 at 10:00
Trafalgar Square - London W - United Kingdom
 
Get Tickets
 
 
 
 
 
 

Blessings SoulFam!

 

The 6th Annual I Love My Womb Goddess Gatherings will be taking place this year in both London, UK & California, USA!

Join us on Saturday March 1st 2020 & in San Diego on Sunday March 21st 2020!

I Love My Womb is an ancestrally inspired gathering that was created in 2015 by Temple Founder - "Lenea The Goddess"

 & "The Smai Taui School of Yoga".

It takes place every year during March which is International Women's Month.

Our aim is to Celebrate & Embrace Womanhood, Goddesshood & all aspects of the Divine Feminine through connecting deeply with ourselves, mind, body & soul with Spiritual & Artistic Tools that come from African & Caribbean Spirituality & Culture.

Open to women of all backgrounds, I Love My Womb is an opportunity to create space for more healing and self love, to turn pain into empowerment and experience more magic in our daily lives.

An All-Female 'Goddess Journey" into Self exploring the Sacred Arts of:

Meditation
Smai Taui Yoga - an African System from the Nile Valley
Hudu - African Tai Chi
Sound Healing
Visualizations
Affirmations
Art Therapy

& More Self Loving Gems!

 

LONDON EVENT

Saturday March 1st, 5pm -8pm.

The Place

, 16 Flaxman Terrace, Euston, WC1H 9PY

 

Facilitated by Lenea The Goddess 

in London with Special Guests from The Goddess Art Temple

Ceeka Crafts

Selena Carty & 

Eshe Zampa

.

 

How to move to Africa and live good Manchester Sat 1st Feb 1pm
El Shaddai Community centre, 48 Lord street, Manchester, M3 1HN
http://www.nextleveldevelopments.co/events

How to move to Africa and live good Leeds Sat 1st Feb 6pm
Leeds West Indian Centre 10 Laycock Place Chapeltown, Leeds LS7 3JA

How to move to Africa and live good Birmingham Sun 2nd Feb 3pm
Legacy centre of excellence, 144 Potters Lane, Birmingham B6 4UU

Emigrate with a community to integrate and empower Africa.

Blessings SoulFam!

 

The 6th Annual I Love My Womb Goddess Gatherings will be taking place this year in both London, UK & California, USA!

Join us on Saturday March 1st 2020 & in San Diego on Sunday March 21st 2020!

I Love My Womb is an ancestrally inspired gathering that was created in 2015 by Temple Founder - "Lenea The Goddess"

 & "The Smai Taui School of Yoga".

It takes place every year during March which is International Women's Month.

Our aim is to Celebrate & Embrace Womanhood, Goddesshood & all aspects of the Divine Feminine through connecting deeply with ourselves, mind, body & soul with Spiritual & Artistic Tools that come from African & Caribbean Spirituality & Culture.

Open to women of all backgrounds, I Love My Womb is an opportunity to create space for more healing and self love, to turn pain into empowerment and experience more magic in our daily lives.

An All-Female 'Goddess Journey" into Self exploring the Sacred Arts of:

Meditation
Smai Taui Yoga - an African System from the Nile Valley
Hudu - African Tai Chi
Sound Healing
Visualizations
Affirmations
Art Therapy

& More Self Loving Gems!

 

LONDON EVENT

Saturday March 1st, 5pm -8pm.

The Place

, 16 Flaxman Terrace, Euston, WC1H 9PY

 

Facilitated by Lenea The Goddess 

in London with Special Guests from The Goddess Art Temple

Ceeka Crafts

Selena Carty & 

Eshe Zampa

.
 
Black History Walks just announced a new event and we wanted to make sure you were the first to know!
 
 
Secrets of Soho, Black History Walk (February 29)
 
 
 
 

Secrets of Soho, Black History Walk (February 29)

 
Saturday, 29 February 2020 at 10:00
Soho - london - United Kingdom
 
Get Tickets
 
 



The Black Book Festival is a showcase for Black writers, publishers and booksellers. This unique event is taking place on Saturday, 11am to 7pm, 14th March 2020 at Goldsmiths, University of London, 8 Lewisham Way, London SE14 6NW.


There will be:
  • author book signings, interviews and panel discussions
  • dozens of Black bookstalls
  • book launches, family shows and performances
  • awards and tributes to those who have made a significant contribution to the Black publishing movement.
Tickets: exhibition only - free entry   
Exhibition and conference ticket - early bird £10  + fees (£13 at the door) 
Free entry for children who must be accompanied by an adult
Click here for tickets.

For stall enquiries - 07944504501 or info@simoneducation.com
www.simoneducation.com

 

The film Harriet used original and recreated Negro spiritual songs as used by enslaved Africans to plan and announce escapes. Cynthia Erivo is Oscar nominated for best original song (above) as well as best actress.
Harriet Tubman film plus Q&A with Director Kasi Lemmons and Dr Michelle Asantewa.
Saturday 25th January 2-5pm, BFI Southbank
£6.50 tickets HERE
Oscar nominated Cynthia Erivo stars in the biopic of the legendary freedom fighter Harriet Tubman. Followed by interview and Q&A with the director of the film Kasi Lemmons by Dr Michelle Asantewa
Book now don't wait until these events sell out !
Join mail list HERE
 

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You are invited to the following event:

THE REELTIME FOR BLACK LOVE: 3 FREE FILMS
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Multiple events from:

Friday, 17 January 2020 at 18:30
- to -
Saturday, 29 February 2020 at 22:30 (GMT)

JOHMARD COMMUNITY CENTRE
65-67 High Street Colliers Wood
London SW19 2JF
United Kingdom
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3 Free films centred on Black love. A collaboration between Film Merton and Johmard Lyme.

Share this event on Facebook and Twitter.

We hope you can make it.

Best,

Way Wive Wordz

Beautiful and amazing black history calendar for 2020. Fantastic images and each day of the year has a golden African history fact. Click above image to see video. www.raisingblackachievement.com
Black History Walks just announced a new event and we wanted to make sure you were the first to know!
 
 
Jim Kelly,Kung Fu and Black British Civil Rights
 
 

Jim Kelly,Kung Fu and Black British Civil Rights

 
Sunday, 29 March 2020 at 14:00
6 Tothill Street - London SW1H 9LH - Vereinigtes Königreich
 
Get Tickets
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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Language classes
Project 1957 and the Young Africa Centre are back this year with Twi and Ga Club.
Learn a new language or freshen up your skills. These fun and dynamic classes are not to be missed!

Twi Club: 2nd Tuesday of every month
Ga Club: 3rd Thursday of every month.

Please follow the link below to book your place and for more information.
Event Details
Dates: Various
Time: 18:30 to 20:00
Location: The Africa Centre, The Hub, Co-working Sapce,
Arch 28, Old Union Yard Arches, 229 Union Street, London, SE1 0BL

Black History River Cruise (March 7th)

Eventbrite - Black History Walks presents Black History River Cruise (March 7th) - Saturday, 7 March 2020 at Temple Pier, London, England. Find event and ticket information.

Read more
www.eventbrite.co.uk
Black History Bus Tour (March 2020)

Join us on our three-hour drive showing London's top tourist attractions from an African/Caribbean perspective. There is at least 2000 years of Black history to be uncovered! The private bus journey will start with a special reception at the...

Read more
www.eventbrite.co.uk
 

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REFLECT Couture Home Page
REFLECT Cultural Couture Apparel Homepage website children's wear collection, family business 2018/2019 long & short-sleeve t-shirts, hoodies, cups, bags, girl boy black image

You are invited to the following event:

WOMANHOOD UNFOLDING WITH AUTHOR PEDRO COTELO 
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Event to be held at the following time, date and location:

Friday, 31 January 2020 from 19:00 to 22:00 (GMT)

336 Brixton Rd
336 Brixton Road
London SW9 7AA
United Kingdom
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Spoken Word Artist, Inspirational Teacher, Speaker and Youth Activist, Pedro Cotelo shares insights from his book, ‘Womanhood Unfolding.’


 

 

 

 

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Give  someone a book that they will never forget!
Paperback - 350 pages £22.50
This amazing book uses both fiction and non-fiction to tell the story of a disgraced Black MP who is helped to recover by a part-time Nigerian therapist using Black history notes as the basis for his cultural therapy. This cultural therapy that takes the MP on a 6000 year journey. 
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Paperback - 200 pages £8.99
Set in the Black community of south London this novel tells the story of Winnie, a middle aged  woman who attempts to hold together her marriage, family and community as her life falls apart. To bring joy to herself and her community she organises a family day that sees the whole community and two pastors become involved.
One Amazon reader described it as: 'The most comical book I have ever read!'
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The classic, How to Unlock Your Child's Genius, is now a bestseller, having sold thousands of copies worldwide. This book provides parents and educators with 11 simple steps on how to unlock their child's genius. Topics include: diet and learning, how the child learns, creative learning, rites of passage, education and culture, eLearning and family learning plus more.
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The package consists of:

  • The best-selling Black Scientists & Inventors books 1 to 8,

  • Blacks In Mathematics & Science, with Financial Literacy:
    Work Books 1 & 2

  • Simply The Best

  • Mr & Mrs Ken and the Numbers 1 to 10

  • A total of 12 amazing educational, inspirational and motivational life changing books, designed for children and adults.

What's in the books?

  • You may have watched the film Hidden Figures and learned about three great female African Americans; a mathematician, an engineer and a computer programmer. If you think that was great and long overdue, then check out hundreds of more Hidden Figures in the Black Scientists & Inventors full package.

  • We are pleased to include the Black Women Scientists & Inventors, learn about the hidden figures behind caller ID, call Waiting and the inventor of an instrument that removes cataracts via laser technology, plus much more.

  • We are also pleased to include the ground-breaking Black Scientists & Inventors in the UK: Millenniums of Inventions & Innovations. This awesome encyclopedic type book, boasts 380 pages of great achievements and contributions by people of African descent to the UK landscape, over the last 12,000 years. Easy to read text with pages of illustrations, timelines, glossary, plus a 11-Step Guide on producing the next generation of Black British Scientists & Inventors, plus much more.

  • Finally it is with great pleasure that we can announce that the long eagerly awaited Black Scientists & Inventors Book 8 is also included. Learn about the young Jamaican whose invention may revolutionise the automotive industry, the Ethiopian whose invention has revolutionised the fitness industry, the South African (SA) artificial intelligence expert who this year became the first person of African descent to become Vice-Chancellor of a prestige SA University. The Black British mathematician who refused to take the advise of his careers teacher, instead following his Jamaican father's advice and became one of the most powerful Black Britons, plus much more.

This is a Godsend for anyone who is truly interested in the great STEM contributions made by Black people (a topic area seldom taught in schools). The books in this package are great page-turners, excellent for the individual to read, but even better read as a family or group.

These books help both adults and children gain a positive-self image, plus a positive-group image; challenging much of the negative images portrayed about African/Caribbean children in the media.

For the coming festive season this package will make perfect gifts.

  • Nelson Mandela said "...Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world..."

    And

  • Marcus Garvey said "...in your homes and everywhere possible, you must teach the higher development of science to your children; and make sure that we have a race of scientists par excellence...”

Take advantage of this offer whilst stock last or date of offer ends.

 

ACT NOW & ORDER!!!

 

long eagerly awaited Black Scientists & Inventors Book 8 Possibly the best book written and published  on the contributions of  Black Scientists and Inventors this year.

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Also include is the ground-breaking Black Scientists & Inventors in the UK: Millenniums of Inventions & Innovations. This awesome encyclopedic type book

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BLACK BRITISH HISTORY Black Influences on British Culture (1948 to 2016): 32 Hours of Teaching and Learning Material for Parents, Guardians, and Teachers of Secondary School Students
BLACK BRITISH HISTORY Black Influences on British Culture : 32...
Mr Robin WalkerMs Vanika MarshallMs Paula PerryMr Anthony Vaughan
 
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Black Britain: A Photographic History
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Ancestral Voices: Spirit is Eternal
Ancestral Voices: Spirit is Eternal
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Price: £22.99 
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Greetings Family,

Nationally there are 30,000 vacancies and I'm tired of hearing that "we don't apply for the positions". I will be doing some work with the National Governance Association (NGA) but this network will be independent and made up of past, present and future governors so there is a single place that schools can come to for professional black governors and where training can take place.

Please spread the word as I'm creating a database where more information will be shared.

Anyone interested should send me an email with 'National Black Governors Network' in the subject bar.

info@educationgovernancesolutions.com

Many thanks 
Sharon Warmington




This is the Facebook group that has been hosted by NABSS for the last  5 years:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/210559882423406/

CAN WE TAKE MATTERS FURTHER????

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JbR83kJqIoM

Nia Imara


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NABSS Weekly Newsletter Poem
 
NABSS Weekly Newsletter
Thank you very much
Always enlightening and full of great stuff
Giving insight, empowering, bringing people together
Twelve months of the year, regardless of the weather
 
NABSS Weekly Newsletter, year to year
Reflecting the issues exceptionally clear
The Educational needs of our younger generation
Constantly working to ensure their liberation
 
Education the key in securing meaningful progress
Unity amongst us remains our ultimate test?
If our survival and elevation as a race is to be blessed?
 
NABSS Weekly Newsletter
Long may you shine!
Until the day your work becomes mainstream
Universally in line
With embracing, fulfilling our hopes, dreams and aspirations
Globally influencing, positively all embracing?
NABSS Weekly Newsletter

 
Written by Raoul Dero
The Universal Poet
15th June 2015
Copyright (c)
 
Keep up the Sterling work/keep the Fire Burning!
 
Asante sana
 
Raoul
07473 956 273

Raoul.dero@gmail.com



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Black Mental Health

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Black Supplementary Schools and the Role of the Black Churches

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