Arts & Culture
Black Cultural Archives Public Meeting: Securing the Future of Black British History
- 8:00 pm
20 May 2020
Online | Free
Black Cultural Archives invites you to our digital public meeting to share our vision for the next ten years.
Our Managing Director, Arike Oke, will be sharing a preview of BCA’s new 10 year vision and strategy through a meeting on Zoom.
The conversation facilitated by Sabrina Clarke-Okwubanego, co-founder of Niche On Demand will be followed by a Q&A session.
As the ‘Home of Black British History’, BCA uses Britain’s shared histories to inspire and give strength to individuals, communities and society.
We collect, preserve and celebrate the histories of people of African and Caribbean descent.
By 2030 we aim to:
- Be resilient, flexible and entrepreneurial
- Use our active voice to make a difference
- Make teaching and learning about Black history available to everyone
- Share our collections in person touring and online
- Extend our workforce development programme internationally
Help us think about how to get there.
We know the decisions we make today secures our shared legacy, so your contribution is vital. We hope that you can join us on the day.
Register and book your place here
NB: If you interested in being part of the team who help to ‘Secure the Future of the Black Cultural Archives’, take a look at the vacancies currently on the site for a Project Manager and Relationship Manager. Application deadline closes on 26th May 2020. For more details click here
Image credit: Photo by: Vanley Burke, known as the “Godfather of Black British Photography”