Black Support Organisations
Black Support Organisations

Black Support Organisations

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Karlos Anthony  shared a  post
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The Watford African Caribbean Association (“WACAS”) is a small charitable organisation that uses local knowledge and decades of experience to transform the lives of the vulnerable, the elderly and children, whilst preserving African and Caribbean traditions.

WACAS’ services help the elderly stay independent at home and more active in the community. We aim to inspire academic excellence and develop social responsibility in the children attending our school. (Our Saturday School is suspended until further notice). We care for, help and empower our community.

https://www.wacas.org.uk/

Watford African Caribbean Association Limited
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www.wacas.org.uk

Watford African Caribbean Association Limited

Karlos Anthony  shared a  post
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The Watford African Caribbean Association (“WACAS”) is a small charitable organisation that uses local knowledge and decades of experience to transform the lives of the vulnerable, the elderly and children, whilst preserving African and Caribbean traditions.

WACAS’ services help the elderly stay independent at home and more active in the community. We aim to inspire academic excellence and develop social responsibility in the children attending our school. (Our Saturday School is suspended until further notice). We care for, help and empower our community.

https://www.wacas.org.uk/

Watford African Caribbean Association Limited
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www.wacas.org.uk

Watford African Caribbean Association Limited

Karlos Anthony  shared a  post
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The Keskidee Centre was envisioned by Oscar Abrams, a Guyanese architect and cultural activist, in the 1970’s. A centre providing educational, social and cultural activities for a disadvantaged and primarily West Indian community in the borough of Islington, the Keskidee provided a thriving space for Afro-Carribean arts and theatre to flourish in Islington. This was the first dedicated arts centre in Britain for the black community and would continue to be an important hub for African and Afro-Caribbean politics and arts well into the 1980’s.
https://callypark.london/2021/....06/22/the-keskidee-c

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https://www.dopeblackdads.com/

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http://www.hackneyquest.org.uk/

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