This Black History Month, Chuka caught up with the latest at the Black Cultural Archives (BCA). This included the BCA’s work with local schools on projects of identity and heritage, and building the confidence of young BAME people.
Chuka said, “It’s always a pleasure to catch up with the BCA on their latest projects and exhibitions. The public programmes run by the BCA are championing Black British heritage, and doing vital work with young BAME people. As its very proud Patron, I look forward to supporting the BCA as it looks to the future.”