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Volunteers Open Book Days

We are holding an "Open Book" cultivation session to introduce our work, and to talk out about volunteering opportunities on our projects, task force teams and Boards. If you are interested and would like to come along for a chat, please sign up on...

Where are Black archives? Making a Black History Portal

Rethink. Reconsider. Review. Reconceive. The rearticulation of the Archive is our collective agency   UX Feed back at the 2024 Huntley conference FHALMA, together with a founding project team, The Black Cultural Archives, George Padmore Institute and The National...

Chichester No!

We are alarmed and disappointed at Chichester University’s proposal to discard Professor Hakim Adi and the Masters course in the History of Africa and the African Diaspora. Leaving us with no alternative but to categorically disagree to such plans.  FHALMA...

The Jessica Huntley Community Garden

Report on Launching the Jessica Huntley Community Garden By Sukant Chandan After three years of constant planning, strategising and pushing by coordinators of the project, Eric Huntley and Sukant Chandan with support from many others in the community saw the Jessica...

The Passing of Sarah White – New Beacon Books Stalwart

It was with a very heavy heart that we heard the very sad news that Sarah White had passed away on February 4th. Our founding Trustee, Eric.L. Huntley shares a tribute I am writing this testimony, on behalf of myself and on behalf of  FHALMA. It is intended to...

Digital Events and Discussions

As part of our new educational series, we started off with the online event ‘The Walter Rodney Reading Room’, which focused on selected excerpts from Rodney’s ‘Groundings With My Brothers’

School Workshops and Educational Resources

The Black Curriculum and FHALMA have collaborated to produce an educational series about activism and archives. The first workshop will be delivered on November 4th to students aged 16-18 years old from Acland Burghley Secondary School in Camden. We will talk about...