Wednesday 28th August 2019




Luton Black Men Community Group

How to move to Africa and live good


Sunday 15th September 3-5pm (doors open 2:30pm)

£5 in advance  or £10 at the door


Luton Irish Forum, 102 Hitchin Road, Luton LU2 0ES

(Vehicle entrance is at an exit off the Hitchin road / Brunswick street roundabout via the car park)

Vendors with stalls selling African-centric products - come with your wallet / purse.

**** Limited tickets - running out - get them soon ****


Entrepreneur and community activist who is the founder of the Black Child Agenda, an organisation set up to protect children of African Heritage in the UK and also has projects on the African continent, will be sharing her community development knowledge (Cheryl Phoenix)


Next Level Developments project manger. Providing solutions to help build communities abroad for people wishing to emigrate to Africa and the Caribbean. Recently returning from Zambia, Jamaica and the Gambia, acquiring real estate for the development of housing and businesses (Justin Muhammad)


London community activist who owns and runs Mosiah's Restaurant in Kotu, The Gambia will be sharing his knowledge on the aspects of setting up a business on the African continent (Mali Morris)


Building the future you desire is easier than you think

It has never been a better time to consider moving to the African continent. Africa houses some of the worlds fastest growing economies. Many companies and individuals from all over the world are taking advantage of the amazing opportunities.

If we work together as a collective, we can build a brighter future for ourselves as we help to make Africa great again.


Following 18 months of travel, study and planning, join our international team as we discuss how to:

  • Solve the problems of institutional racism in one generation.
  • Build an economic base that will suffice our needs for now and in the future.
  • Build our own homes , schools and communities



Luton Black Men Community Group are African Heritage Men that pool their resources, time and energy to uplift the community with events for the whole African Heritage family (men, women, boys and girls).


phone: 07591 747987




The Hidden Science of Black Hair⁣⁣

The Hidden Science of Black Hair⁣⁣
Black Hair is in a state of crisis! This shocking statement was made by author Audrey Davis-Sivasothy in her revealing book 'The Science of Black Hair'. ⁣⁣But is it true? ⁣⁣⁣⁣Is it true that nearly 80% of hair products aimed at black people contain chemicals linked to cancer, infertility and obesity? Is it true that black hair is harder to manage, wash and style? And is it true that black hair 'shrinks' in water?

Conversely, is it true that black hair defies gravity? Is it true that black hair conducts electricity? And is it true that black hair act as antennas for spiritual intuition? 📻📡⁣⁣

This event will explore all of the above and more using science as the backbone for each presentation. There is so much confusion surrounding the natural hair of black people. Thus, this event will provide an insight into the hidden truths of black hair that are hiding in plain sight.⁣⁣
Topics that will be discussed include:⁣⁣
👉🏿 Cancer Causing Chemicals (EDC's) in Black Hair Products⁣⁣
👉🏿 Washing and Managing Black Hair⁣⁣
👉🏿 A Brief History of Black Hairstyles⁣⁣
👉🏿 How Diet Affects Hair⁣⁣
👉🏿 Hair / Scalp Conditions and Links to Nutritional Deficiencies⁣⁣
👉🏿 DHT Testosterone and Male Pattern Baldness⁣⁣
👉🏿 The True Science of Melanin and Electricity⁣⁣
👉🏿 Effects of Perspiration and Exercise on Black Hair⁣⁣
👉🏿 Natural Haircare Products (various brands will be on-site)⁣⁣
Plus much more... AFRICAN MARKET ON-SITE ⁣⁣
Guest Speakers include:⁣⁣
Leah Salmon -The Naturally You Coach (Host)⁣⁣
Natasha Briscoe - Arise and Shine Cosmetics (Care for Afro Hair)⁣⁣
Klerissa McDonald - Curly By Nature (Science of Natural Black Hair)⁣⁣
Ovi King - Hair Care Revolution (Facts about UK's Black Haircare Industry)⁣⁣
Leon Marshall - The Scientist (The truth about Melanin and Hair)⁣⁣
Workshops include:⁣⁣
Sherilyn Dos Santos - PureGoodness will deliver a quick and simple natural product making tutorial to suit your own hair⁣⁣

DATE: Saturday 14th September 2019
TIME: 12-8pm
VENUE: Luton Sixth Form College, Bradgers Hill Rd, Luton LU2 7EW

Early Bird Tickets are £10 (only 200 early bird tickets available), £15 thereafter, £20 on the door

UNDER 16's are FREE all day!!!

Please note that this event will be filmed and photographed by GotKush TV for historical record and uploaded to the World Wide Web. By attending and participating in this event, you are giving your consent to be filmed and waiving any and all claims regarding the use of your image.

This unmissable event is organised by The Hidden Science Academy. For more information about the Academy (incl. courses, future events and membership deals) please email us at:






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Kwanzaa (Nguzo Saba) Principles



National Association of Black Supplementary Schools (NABSS)

Resource centre for supplementary schooling for Black children. Advice and services for parents and schools.

GoFundMe campaign, NABSS Events 2019 and NABSS TV:


Gold Onyx


Black Men Groups

Luton Black Men Community Group

07591 747987


100 Black Men of London


Black Fathers Support Group

St Andrews URC Church

Wickham & Brockley Road,



07833 491 591

Manhood Academy

Rights Of Passage Enterprise ROPE

40 Lea Court,

143 Broad Lane,


N15 4QH.

Tel: 07930 403095

Reach Society

RSCF Ltd, trading as Reach Society,

c/o Collards,

5-9 Eden Street,


Surrey, KT1 1BQ

New Initiatives Youth & Community Association

55 Willington Road


London SW9 9NB


tel: 020 7127 6803

Other Black Community Groups


Road CEO – Business acumen and social skills for young black men.

Guiding A New Generation *(G.A.N.G)*


Westside Young Leaders Academy –  Instilling the tenets of success in our leaders at an early age, creating an awareness and understanding of the opportunities that exist for their lives.


Southside Young Leaders Academy – Through personal development, teamwork and skills training, inspire boys to be agents of change in their own lives and become the next generation of young black leaders.


Eastside Young Leaders Academy –  Enable students, especially BME boys, to do well at school and go on to become transformational leaders and global citizens.


National Association of Black Supplementary Schools (NABSS)  – Resource centre for supplementary schooling for Black children. Advice and services for parents and schools.


Black Families Education Support Group –


Super You Academy –  Delivering valuable training to unlock the potential in young people of all ages. Life skills and workshops on low self-esteem and confidence building.


African Sons and Daughters –


The Black Child Agenda – Tackling the school to prison pipeline.


Ultra Education –  Ensuring that all children and young people regardless of background or social standing have access to essential entrepreneurial education.


Fathers2Father -  Supporting and providing adolescent boys, fathers and their families with mentorship, information, advice and guidance that will enhance their personal, social and economic development.


Urban Synergy –  Early intervention mentoring charity that equips 11-18yr olds with valuable life skills and experiences so they are empowered to become confident, independent and ultimately successful, positive contributors to their community and wider society.


Origin Rites of Passage Programme for Black Boys


Voyage  Ensuring that every young bme and disadvantaged person honours their skills, interests, and abilities


The Kiyan Prince Foundation  Life coaching and Sports to empower young people and a violent free society.”


Gangsline Support to youths involved in or risk of gang culture.


The Young Africa Centre  Showcasing the vibrancy and diversity of young African’s culture and history.


Access UK  Employment and careers support service for minority youths aged 16-30 particularly African Caribbean community.


Amos Bursary Addressing the under representation in established higher education institutions and the professions, of young British men of African and Caribbean Descent.


Generating Genius   Supports talented young people to realise their potential in STEM.


The Godwin Lawson Foundation– Aims to reduce gun and knife crime.


The Sickle Cell Society  Supports and represents people affect to improve quality of life.


The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust


Womanhood Academy Transforming young women economically, socially, culturally.


The Gentlemen’s Network  An organisation for the male community supporting males through the transition from boy to man to gentleman.

Positive Roots Consultancy  Empowering individuals and communities by providing them with the appropriate transitional skills to lead a violence-free and healthy lifestyle both in the UK and abroad.


Walk to Freedom  Solutions for drug and/or alcohol dependency, training and adolescent antisocial behaviour in relation to gangs, knife crime and adolescent drug abuse.


Upcoming Events

Luton Black Men

Community Group

The Luton Black Men Community Group (LBMCG) is a group of African Heritage men pooling their resources, time and energy to provide solutions for our community and events for the whole African Heritage family.

Communities around the world are in crisis and the only way they will heal is if people in the community take a stand and an interest and start to facilitate change, if you want to see change then you must be part of the process of change, only then will it truly happen.
Join us, work with us and 'Be the change you seek'

07591 747987
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How to get to Luton Irish Forum LU2 0ES

5 minutes walk from the Luton central train station

From the M1, exit at junction 10 exit towards Luton.
Follow the junction 10A slip road to the roundabout and take the first exit onto London road, which leads onto castle street, through traffic lights.

At the roundabout take the third exit onto Park Viaduct.
Follow Park Viaduct to the left.
At the roundabout, take the first exit (left) onto St. Mary’s road.
Continue onto Church Street, across 2 small roundabouts, that leads onto Hitchin Road.
Turn right at the roundabout with Brunswick Street (on the left) into a car park and the Luton Irish Forum will be at the end of the car park.

If you are coming from M1 Junction 11, take the exit onto A505 Dunstable road towards Luton.
Continue along the Dunstable road for 2 miles (10 minutes) until you get the Hatters way roundabout after you pass through Bury Park, then take the second exit (straight across) for Dunstable Road A505.

Take the first exit onto Telford way.
At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto Hucklesbury Way (A6)
Continue, through the traffic lights past the train station (on the right) and turn left at the traffic lights onto Hitchin Road.
Turn right at the roundabout with Brunswick Street (on the left) into a car park and the Luton Irish Forum will be at the end of the car park.


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