Groups Category : Community Information
Music & Entertainment
This group is for those who enjoy the wonderful sounds of Lovers Rock Music and like to listen to and attend revival type events, networking evenings and/or social gatherings where this type of music is played, respected and appreciated. We aim to organise linkups at these types of events as profile ...
Thursday, 26 July 2012
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perceived fading of racism and highlighting of homosexality.
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Rent Walkmed Pump
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Film critic page
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Healthy or Not?
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10 Rules To Help You Keep Your Man
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Will the real terrorist please stand up?
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Started by Lily47.
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Seeking UK Black History Tour in August
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Is babywearing safe?
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What is Babywearing?
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Jamaican Diaspora UK seeks to promote and protect the interests of Jamaica and Jamaicans*, and to contribute to the country’s development. Note: * Citizens of Jamaica by birth, descent, marriage, registration or naturalisation. In 2004 The Jamaican Diaspora UK was formed. It was established following a resolution ...
Created on: Sunday, 26 August 2012
58 Members 1 Discussions 0 Wall Posts
Times are hard and with money being tight we have to maximise our skills and services without having to exchange Pounds.This group is for members to register their skills and exchange with other members their skills or services. For instance, a person could be a plumber and I could require a plumber and I would swap my skills for the plumber's. If I need Financial advice and someone needs their CV written then we could exchange services. Someone ...
Created on: Thursday, 03 MAY 2012
25 Members 0 Discussions 7 Wall Posts
Alzheimer’s disease is more prevalent among the African and Caribbean Black Community than among Whites - with estimates ranging from 14% to almost 100% higher The number of African and Caribbeans aged 65 and over will more than double by 2030, from 2.7 million to 6.9 million by 2030. There is a great familial risk of Alzheimer’s disease in African and Caribbeans Genetic and environmental factors may work differently to cause Alzhe ...
Created on: Saturday, 21 April 2012
152 Members 7 Discussions 2 Wall Posts
Black Men In The Community (BMITC) has been established as a response to the current and deteriorating climate of austerity and the disproportionate impact it is having on Black men. We are a genuine partnership of organisations, networks and individuals who recognise the importance of forging sustainable and effective partnerships. We see ‘taking meaningful action’ and being ‘solution focused’ as key to improving the life chances and aspirat ...
Created on: Tuesday, 06 March 2012
38 Members 0 Discussions 2 Wall Posts
Founders Message Forward to you all Our Mission In Hand For Africa [ Forward from the chief founder officer ] Dear Friends From within and outside of the African Nations I Greet you with this Message of Hope and unity for us. Our mission is to help people who suffer from the lack of access to health, Education, Vision related and physical disabilities. A lack of opportunity due to extreme poverty and failing aid Missions help ...
Created on: Friday, 12 August 2011
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Black Youth Achievements (BYA) are a community interest company founded in 2008, with the objective of creating opportunities for change for young people aged 8 - 25 and of African / Caribbean / Mixed Heritage in the UK. BYA focuses on positive events and experiences, to redress the balance of negative stereotypes and representations amongst this group. Annual awards ceremonies - recognising and rewarding the positive actions, talents and ...
Created on: Thursday, 23 September 2010
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NuCinema informs about the Diaspora film releases & film events (mainly UK) in order to boost audience support to black interest films and ultimately prove that black characters and black talents can actually sell. WHY NUCINEMA I realised that one needs to make an extra effort to get access to info about films portraying the Diaspora and its issues. One of the main reasons is that the Diaspora cinema does not get coverage from mainstream’s ...
Created on: Tuesday, 13 July 2010
9 Members 1 Discussions 0 Wall Posts
If you are at University or College then this is the group for you even if you are already a member of your UNIs ACS,all you have to do is name the University and/or the ACS that you attend or are part of and share any relevent informaition that may be useful to other students. You can also use this group to exchange course books ect.
Created on: Wednesday, 30 December 2009
136 Members 0 Discussions 1 Wall Posts
Black & White Dating: You Can Do It at BlackwhiteFinder.com By BlackwhiteFinder.com Dated: Dec. 13, 2009 With almost 2 million profiles, BlackwhiteFinder.com, the Interracial dating site, is the best source of dating profiles for Interracial Singles. Vanessa, has got a interracial lover online. Karen, who is 27 yrs old, married with a interracial match with the help of online dating too. Will yo ...
Created on: Monday, 14 December 2009
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Recognize.. Recognize is a community based social organisation committed to raising the profile of Black History and culture within the African and Caribbean diaspora. Our mission is based on the well known notion that whilst we can all name the well known Nelson Mandela,Muhammed Ali,Rosa Parks how would we fare with unsung heroes Olaudah Equiano, Ignatius Sancho, Walter Tull or Mary Prince. In a time when the British ...
Created on: Friday, 04 September 2009
7 Members 1 Discussions 0 Wall Posts
Hi there, this group is for people of like mind that want never ending improvement in every aspect of their lives. The information exchanged here can help to motivate and initiate change and success at every level.
Created on: Monday, 24 August 2009
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Using a creative approach, we bring excellent skills and fantastic vision to all our events and projects. We welcome and encourage partnership working, offer expertise and provide excellent contacts and access to facilities and resources. We work with young women through one or more of our mediums (events, seminars, workshops or projects) to; •Empower, Build confidence and develop •Deliver training/work-experience/employmen ...
Created on: Saturday, 04 July 2009
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The most dangerous of developments that strikes at the heart of our continued presence and safety here in the UK. As the recession deepens and racism rises what should our response be to the BNP and the ramping up of racism? The last time we were in this position was the early 1990's the country in economic mini depression and the BNP headquarters in Welling South East London. We can expect racist attacks to rise; we c ...
Created on: Monday, 08 June 2009
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This club is for all those who are into self improvement/personal development or want to get into it. Here you will be able to share your experiences with others, you will be able to get or give recomendations and/or reviews on self improvement/personal development books, cds or even videos that may help you or someone on their journey, you will also have the chance to network with like minded people. Have you read any books by any of the au ...
Created on: Thursday, 04 June 2009
24 Members 2 Discussions 0 Wall Posts
'Black Youth Achievements' are a registered community interest company founded in August 2008 by Kay Oldroyd. The objective of 'Black Youth Achievements - The Awards' is to emphasise, reveal and promote positive actions and achievements of our young black people (by this we mean those of a African / Caribbean heritage, parents or parent ) within the UK community. These awards aspire to provide a platform for these young people to be open ...
Created on: Thursday, 28 MAY 2009
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Greetings, I hope that this message finds you in good spirits. My name is Masimba Biriwasha, a Zimbabwean, currently based in France, Paris. I am interested in becoming part of your community, and contributing my thoughts and feelings. Thanks to Mornflake cereal http://www.mornflake.com and their online video contest http://www.mornflakecompetition.com, I have been able to discover a lot about UK online communities including this community. ...
Created on: Monday, 25 MAY 2009
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