As a way of getting involved you can show the films to your students or community groups.
Discuss the stories.
Contact us to arrange a visit by one of the featured personalities to your school.
You can also contact us or any of the event organisers to attend their events over the course of Black History Month.
Get involved in creating a more inclusive history and environment for your students.
Her TV series, Chewing Gum started on E4 in October 2015. Her performance earned her the British Academy Television Award for Best Female Comedy Performance in 2016; she also won a BAFTA for Breakthrough Talent for writing the show. Chewing Gum received overwhelmingly positive reviews.
Elected as the Omanhene (Chief/ruler) of Akyem Abuakwa, a town in Ghana in 1912, he became the second African member of the legislative council set up by the British to govern Ghana.
In 1972, Nana Ofori-Atta was knighted and honored as a Knight of the British Empire (KBE) for his his role in government and serice to the Gold Coast (Ghana's name at that time). He was thereafter known as Sir Nana Ofori-Atta.