When battles were raging, Mary Seacole gave soldiers food, blankets and kindness. The soldiers called her ‘Mother Seacole’.
The sixth of thirteen children, John Sentamu, Archbishop of York Dr Sentamu has been both the first black bishop and the first black archbishop in the Church of England.
Christine Ijeoma Ohuruogu is a former Olympic, World and Commonwealth champion. She has won six World championship medals in the women’s 4 x 400m relay as part of the GB and Northern Ireland team
What are we all about?
We will be highly recognised as a major contributing force in promoting the positive impact the black community is having in the UK.
To be living, breathing and healthy examples – to both young and old – that truly exemplify the idea that anything is possible if you have respect for one another, work together and are willing to work hard enough to accomplish your life goals.
To convince our young people that the only limit is the size of our ideas and the degree of our dedication, and to celebrate/motivate individuals working hard to develop the black community.
This website serves as a platform to share inspiring stories and celebrate achievers.
STAR of the Month
B.E star of the month
A Kijita proverb says Omwana ni wa bhone, which means – regardless of a child’s biological parent(s) its upbringing belongs to the community. We believe that coming together as a community to share our stories, we can inspire and motivate many.
This month, our star of the month is Peace Proscovia. Peace shares her challenges, her victories and how she’s arrived at where she is today. Her story.
Dr David Benn – Computer Vision Expert | BE Achiever
Dr Melrose Stewart – Chartered Physiotherapist | BE Achiever
Dr Kerri Akiwowo – Lecturer in Textiles | BE Achiever
Dominic Miller – Actuarial Analyst | BE Achiever
For context, my introverted extrovert perspective just explains me as an individual. Even amongst my group of friends, I may sometimes be the social butterfly or in lighter terms “the life of the party” (I enjoy when people around me have a good time and everybody is involved in the group), other times I shy away from human contact and interaction to find solitude in my alone time.
Chidinma Okorie Chidinma is a Doctoral Researcher in the School of Social Sciences and Humanities at Loughborough University. It is that time of the year (October in the UK) when we commemorate Black History Month (BHM) with programmes...
I, Samuel Ajayi Crowther Part 1 12 OCTOBER, 2018 his story will begin with the origin of Samuel Ajayi Crowther. The exact year of his birth is not quite known as some believe he was born in 1807 while others maintain that...
Why we need more black people in Magistrate court roles in the UK 10 OCTOBER, 2018 BE Informed Politics o fully comprehend this article, we all need to know who a Magistrate is and what a Magistrate does. According to the...
Internship with Nicky Morgan MP 28 NOVEMBER, 2017 BE Inspired Internship Politics ...
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We are always on the look out for great story tellers. If you want to share your story or you are good at writing, do send us an email and we will get back to you.