Developing cultural awareness, promoting a world where Black Heroes are acknowledged, respected and celebrated.
The Black Heroes Foundation is an award winning community based charity. Its purpose is EduTainment, with the development and promotion of talent, together with cultural and artistic initiatives in the community focusing on youth, education, training, social up-lifting and personal development programmes. We deliver Black Heroes cultural events in communities across the UK.
Roman Harris performing at a Black Heroes Foundation event, at the Leilani Restaurant, Lavender Hill, London
The Black Heroes Foundation stimulates, motivates and inspires our community. We promote pride through cultural awareness, education and entertainment. Our aim is to eradicate ignorance of Black Heritage and to encourage better understanding and further enhance our multi-cultural society. We have a strong strategy and set of values.
Levi Roots at the launch of the Black Heroes Foundation, City Hall, London.
Black Heroes Foundation receives the Point of Light Award, from the Prime Minister at 10 Downing Street, for the voluntary work of the organisation.
The Story of Sam King returns to the Tate Modern
Black Heroes film, The Story of Sam King returns to the Tate Modern for screening as part of the Power of Southwark Show on Saturday 9th November, at 3:30pm.
Tickets are free! Book on Eventbrite
Further details about the Power of Southwark Show can be found at bit.ly/POSouthwark
Last August The Story of Sam King it was part of Southwark untold 2.0 exhibition.
Black Heroes: Wall of Fame
An exhibition sharing Wandsworth Stories and the contribution of Black people to the community.
The Black Heroes Wall of Fame is an exhibition of pictures, people telling their Stories, and a show for school children.
Launching during Black History Month, on 22 October through to 15 November 2019, in the libraries of Wandsworth. Book your tickets on Eventbrite.
Black Heroes Film: The Story of Sam King MBE.
The film which tells the story of Sam King MBE, father of the Windrush Foundation, and first Black Mayor of Southwark. This was shown at Dulwich Library and Luton Town Hall on Windrush Day 22 June; and screened at The Tate Exchange in August. If you wish to book a private screening please email: email@example.com
We were part of the Wandsworth Arts Fringe Festival (WAF18)
Cultural pioneers Kofi and Noel McKoy and emerging artists Roman Harris and ArA Harmonic, performed unique artistic responses to monologues from Black Heroes in the Hall of Fame; inspired by speeches and texts by Marcus Garvey, Martin Luther King, Malcolm X and Nelson Mandela.
We were part of the Wandsworth Heritage Festival!
The Foundation is dependent upon support from the community, businesses and government bodies. Please support this great cause in order to help fulfil Flip Fraser’s dream, and preserve his legacy created from the internationally acclaimed show “Black Heroes in the Hall of Fame”.
A world where Black Heroes are acknowledged, respected and celebrated.