The Black History Activity Books have been designed to inspire and educate young people on some of the greatest figures in history. The books use a series of puzzles and activities to stimulate the minds of the reader whilst aiding them to learn in a fun and exciting way.
We believe that it is our responsibility to inspire and educate our children about their history. There are many positive black role-models that are truly inspirational. No longer will they be kept away from us and hidden in the shadows and their contributions to be ignored! We highlight these role-models, giving young people a greater sense of self thus building confidence. We believe that educating young people about our achievements, contributions to society and this civilisation is of paramount importance.
We believe our books can aid young people to accomplish their goals and make the world a better place. Through our books, we can help to empower young people with knowledge and love for self. By opening their minds to the unlimited options they have and giving them alternates to the drug and knife crime culture; which is being promoted so prevalently in our society today. We have the potential to achieve this via our books, events and workshops that give young people the confidence that they can achieve anything they put their mind to. Children knowing this information at an earlier age can receive a life-changing impact allowing them to realise the potential for greatness that they possess.
We have embarked on this journey as we see a clear lack of black history taught in the education system and at home. We see family, historic and cultural values for black Caribbean’s fading away, as we assimilate into Western Culture & Lifestyle. Children, teens and young adults are suffering now more than ever from a lack of identity and self esteem in being black. From an early age we are not being taught to love ourselves, know about our greatness, history and contributions our forefathers have made to society and civilisation. We have become complacent with lack of education, wealth preservation, under representation in government institutions, victimisation, racism and deprivation. This has to stop in order for us to be taken serious on global level and in a global economy.
We Dream that one day Black people all across the world will stand proud be self sufficient with the power to control our own destiny, free from the shackles of colonial restraints mentally, emotionally and spiritually.