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Wednesday 26th May 2016





 


LBMCG - Luton Black Men Community Group


FADE - Film And Discussion Events


Occur every other Sunday, once a fortnight

 
(for the whole Black family, men, women, boys and girls)

 

We screen documentaries and then engage the audience in a discussion about the film and anything else that concerns our community. 

We are eager for all to contribute and we aim to end with positive solutions that we all can enact individually and as a community

 


 
Luton Black Men Community Group - Fruit and Veg


    


Supported by 'Best Fresh Fruit and Veg'

Will be selling fruits and vegetables (from the farmers fork direct to the fork on your plate, at reasonable prices including delivery) at our FADEs 

Fonio 250g bag £4, 
baobab 10g container £2.25, 
sorrel 100g bag £1.25, 
irish moss 100g bag £1.90, 
sour sap leaf £1.60 per bag, 
moringa leaf or powder 10g bag £1.50, 
magnesium salt 500g price to be confirmed, 
alfalfa £1.50 each, 
spinach 2 for £1, 
aloe vera £2.50 each, 
papaya £3.99 each, 
mango 90p each, 
avocado £1.50, £2.00, £2.50 each, 
jelly nuts £2.00 each,
coconuts 2 for £1, 
jamaica sweet potato £3.99kg, 
yellow yam £3.99kg, 
pumpkin £1.79kg, 
kale £1.30 a bag, 
calvo nero £1.30 a bag, 
jack fruit £5.50kg, 
burro banana £3.99kg, 
Green banana £1.29kg

Fruit and vegatables on display and on sale that can also be delivered
 
 


 

Luton Black Men Community Group Presents

 

FADE - Film And Discussion Event

Sunday 29th May 3pm to 5pm

 

The Black Candle (Kwanzaa)

(for the whole African Heritage family, men, women, boys and girls) 


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

(Entrance at car park off roundabout at Brunswick Street)
 

 

 

The Black Candle is a documentary about the struggle and triumph of the African Diaspora community via Kwanzaa and the seven principles of the Nguzo Saba (unity, self-determination, collective work and responsibility, cooperative economics, purpose, creativity and faith) and its importance to African Diaspora today. Exploring the growth of Kwanzaa to the present-day as a global, Pan-African holiday and way-of-life embraced by over 40 million celebrants.

 

’Best Fruit and Veg’ will be supplying for sale fruits and veg (from the farmers fork  direct to the fork on your plate, at reasonable prices including delivery) at FADE.

On sale: Aloe Vera, sweet potatoe, yellow yam, spinach, mangos, avocados, pumpkin, alfalfa, kale,  jelly/dry coconut, sour sap, moringa, irish moss, baobab and more.

 


Come and learn more about African Heritage & History and you will also have the opportunity to join in the discussion after the screening.

ADMISSION is FREE but DONATIONS are WELCOMED
Refreshments available.
Stalls (available free) with products for sale at FADE

 


Website: www.lutonblackmen.org

email: fade@lutonblackmen.org


Contact: 07591 747987

https://lbmcg150516.eventbrite.co.uk

 

www.facebook.com/events/469485183257681

twitter: @lutonblackmen  http://www.twitter.com/lutonblackmen

 

https://www.evensi.uk/luton-black-men-community-group-fade-film-and-discussion/177471028


http://www.eventgoat.co.uk/luton/luton-black-men-community-group-fade-film-and-discussion-event-sun-29th-may-3-5pm-black-candle-kwanzaa

www.hievents.co.uk/events/595718/luton-black-men-community-group-fade-film-and-discussion-event-sun-29th-may-3-5pm-black-candle-kwanzaa



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Luton Black Men Community Group

 

FADE - Film And Discussion Event

Sunday 12th June 3pm to 5pm

 

7 A.M. documentary screening
 

(for the whole African Heritage family, men, women, boys and girls) 


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

(Entrance at car park off roundabout at Brunswick Street)
 

 

 

7AM is a documentary that addresses the specific topic of historical Black entrepreneurship with analysis of Black socio-economic experiences and outlook. Interviews with various historians, academics, business leaders and/or their direct family for a fact-based, in-depth discussion of the rise of Black enterprise beginning at the turn of the 20th century and how the various stages of success and hindrance have shaped the society as a whole and Black society in particular.
 

The New Black Film Collective is network of film groups spread across the UK, that offer a range of services, hosting screenings that matter to the local community featuring international and domestic films.


Come and learn more about African Heritage & History and you will also have the opportunity to join in the discussion after the screening.

ADMISSION is FREE but DONATIONS are WELCOMED
Refreshments available.
Stalls (available free) with products for sale at FA

 


Website: www.lutonblackmen.org

email: fade@lutonblackmen.org


Contact: 07591 747987

https://lbmcg290516.eventbrite.co.uk

 

www.facebook.com/events/235426986832132

twitter: @lutonblackmen  http://www.twitter.com/lutonblackmen


https://www.evensi.uk/luton-black-men-community-group-fade-film-and-discussion/178205427


http://www.wherevent.com/detail/Lutonblackmen-Communitygroup-Luton-Black-Men-Community-Group-FADE-Film-And-Discussion-Event-Sun-12th-June-3-5pm-7AM




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Upcoming Events

LBMCG FADE Sun 12th June 7 A.M.

African Heritage Network (AHN) of Luton - Kwanzaa Family Fun Day - August 2016




Luton Black Men

Community Group


The Mission of the Luton Black Men Community Group is to endeavour to be an Afrocentric Male facilitating organisation enhancing the Black community with mentoring, education, economic empowerment and health and wellness via self-funded programmes that will make a difference in the Community.

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'


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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 trafic 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.
Continue along Dunstable road, through trafic lights and across the roundabout to 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.

 


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