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Black | Learning | Achievement | Mental Health | We promote a truthful dialogue of Blackness through the analysis of history and community outreach.
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BLAM UK 2h
Check out our latest Blog Post on the emergence of Black Geography as a study.
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BLAM UK 3h
Happy birthday to our Freedom Fighter ASSATA OLUGBALA SHAKUR. You are always welcome here📣
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BLAM UK 4h
We have a new guest Leila Hassan Howe - a seasoned activist working with the likes of Olive Morris & Darcus Howe
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BLAM UK 5h
Check out our positive wellbeing checklist and make sure you tick one off today ! ⭕️‼️✅
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BLAM UK Jul 15
What a powerful and fitting replacement!! People power at its finest
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FAIR SHARE of Women Leaders Jul 15
was founded by six young women who set out to solve social issues by offering diverse education (including Black history), and a safe space where mental health issues can be discussed and passions can be followed.
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FAIR SHARE of Women Leaders Jul 15
Replying to @BLAMCharity
was founded by six young women who set out to solve social issues by offering diverse education (including Black history), and a safe space where mental health issues can be discussed and passions can be followed.
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kalin. Jul 13
Instagrams algorithm is terrible. I don’t see half of the people I follow posts unless I search them. It just doesn’t show up on my feed. I hate it. I see the same 20 ppl daily.
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BLAM UK Jul 14
Any Black students or Parents worried about possible GCSE/ Alevel results should fill out our survey
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BLAM UK Jul 13
Replying to @serafinaday
yes we agree!! This will be most fitting.
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serafina day Jul 13
Replying to @BLAMCharity
As expupils we are campaigning to have the school renamed the Beryl Gilroy Primary School, after our headteacher who was the first Black primary school teacher in UK. She’s not had enough recognition. She taught us everything about what it means to be anti racist
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The Ubele Initiative Jul 13
TODAY 6PM (London) Register for your Free ticket: 👇🏾👇🏿👇🏽👇🏼 A panel of Black community activists from across the UK discuss the realities of Protesting, Policing & Mental Health in the Current Climate
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The Guardian Jul 13
Part two of six of our wallchart series celebrating Black History is out today. Pick up The Guardian each day this week to collect the full set.
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Runnymede Trust Jul 13
🗣️ "Disadvantaged pupils, and those without family resources or wider support, risk being shut out." We have repeatedly BME and disadvantaged pupils face lower than expected GCSE & A-level results due to bias in the grading system this year
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BLAM UK Jul 13
Great to see past injustices being acknowledged and removed!!
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Fivexmore_ Jun 8
Replying to @fivexmore
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Fivexmore_ Jun 8
Black Women In the U.K. are FIVE TIMES MORE likely to die during pregnancy and after childbirth compared to a white woman. Help us to sign the petition. We are currently at 22k signatures but we need 100k before it gets discussed in parliament
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BLAM UK Jul 13
This webinar is not to be missed. We will be hearing from & Zita on the legacy of Black activism in UK
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Body & Soul Jul 11
What started as a community outreach event quickly grew to a Black-led community org working tirelessly to bring people together to "create pragmatic resolutions to social issues that threaten to fragment the community spirit of London”
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Riverside Radio Jul 10
'...So it is better to speak remembering we were never meant to survive.' founder Ife Thompson recites "A Litany for Survival" by Audre Lorde, a poem that encompasses the charity's stance
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