The Institute of Black Culture, Media and Sport Community Interest Company, was set up in 2007, by Claudine Boothe, Film maker and Activist; and Devon Thomas, Businessman and Activist to: protect, preserve and promote the presence of black people living and working in United Kingdom, by providing the following activities:-

  1. Education/training: supplementary schools, apprenticeships, short courses, learning packs; and pilgrimages to significant sites, monuments, events and museums; (see olmsss).
  2. Culture: festivals, exhibitions and performance art events.
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Promoting wellbeing within the black community through sport and fitness programmes as well as culturally specific awareness. Click below to learn more

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Roots Of Sport

Celebrating the contribution of Africans to the origins of sport. This project has been raising awareness through community based programmes since 2012.

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Diabetes TAP

This initiative was setup specifically to help African Caribbean people between 30-45 yrs who are at disproportionate risk of developing diabetes.

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  The Our Lady Mary Seacole Supplementary School: raising the bar within inner city schools. Discover how this exceptional  programme can help you.

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