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Lucid's UK Black History Month Campaign Fund

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Black History Month was launched in the 1980s in the UK in London and was largely the result of local community activism challenging racism in general in British society and the Eurocentric version of history that dominated the state school system. The month chosen was October to coincide with the start of the new academic year. A deliberate decision to help maximise engagement in the minds of black British children and also instil in them a sense of identity and pride. Black History Month is an opportunity to reflect on the diverse histories of those of African and Caribbean descent, taking note of the achievements and contributions to the social, political, economic and cultural development of the UK. Black history is an integral part of British history which ought to be remembered all year around however, we embrace this period as it serves as a platform to continue our own education and provides an opportunity to learn more about the various Black communities across the UK. Join us in supporting and celebrating this important month by making a charitable contribution to Lucid's UK Black History Month Campaign!

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The African People's Historical Monument Foundation (Black Cultural Archives) Limited

Black Cultural Archives is the home of Black British History.
We use our mission to collect, preserve and celebrate the histories of people of African and Caribbean descent in the UK and to inspire and give strength to individuals, communities and society.
Our HQ is 1 Windrush Square in Brixton, London.
At our HQ we run a series of gallery exhibitions, educational programmes and public engagement events. We provide free access to our unique set of archives, museum objects and reference library.
We have become the leading non-governmental and heritage institutional voice for the Windrush Generation. We are part of the Windrush Action Group and the Windrush National Organising Committee.
BCA’s network includes current collaborations with the Universities of Roehampton and Kings College.
We are leaders in the heritage sector for our work on workforce diversity, and we are interrogating decolonial archival practices.


Our mission is to connect Black individuals and families with free mental health services — by professional Black therapists to support their mental health. To make this happen, we want to make mental health topics more relevant and accessible for all Black people in the U.K., removing the stigma and remodelling the services to be relevant for the Black community.


Generating Genius is an organisation on a mission to find and develop the next generation of STEM leaders.
Inspiring fresh thinking, bridging the skills gap and developing the geniuses of tomorrow in STEM


The Foundation, was established amid unprecedented growing global awareness of racial inequality, exists to inspire a more equal, inclusive society, and to foster opportunities for marginalised young people in the UK.

The Stephen Lawrence Day Foundation has been working tirelessly with stakeholders in education, business, and government to develop a framework that will become the bedrock of the foundation’s future work.

Our Work`:
Classrooms: Inspire children to dream freely without barriers and to realise the absolute importance of education to attaining those dreams
Communities: To support and create new connections within all types of communities.
Careers: To give marginalised young people access to careers in the world’s leading companies and organisations.

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