The Black History Walks team is a collective of professionals from a range of backgrounds and sectors. We are teachers, IT professionals, artists, authors, athletes and film-makers. Our regular blogs cover diverse topics relevant to Black history, with a specific focus on London.
The BHW team is dedicated to uncovering the 3,500 years of Black history in London. Our blogs are designed to educate, inspire and spark debate. We also discuss upcoming Black History Walks events, from film screenings and Q&As to talks by leading academics and experts
Topics covered include Black film, current politics and society, upcoming cultural events and talks, and British Black history and music.
For our unique and pioneering GCSE exam text book for schools produced in collaboration with Pearson Edexcel click HERE. The book features Black British Civil Rights activism in Notting Hill and is based on our walk in that area.
And while you’re here, why not take a look around the rest of the site? We offer some of the best walking tours in London, along with an extensive programme of bus tours, river cruises, film exhibitions and educational talks.
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Reviews of Black History Walks & Tours
One of the most beautiful walks I have ever had
Glenda Trew, Guild of Walkers
Our guide was phenomenal
Omaar Hena, Associate Professor of English, Wake Forest University North Carolina
A true eye opener
Denise Smith, Electrical Engineer
That was a tour of a lifetime and most enlightening.
Professor Norman Maphosa, Vice Chancellor, Solosi University, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe
Deeply knowledgeable and with an activist edge
Elizabth A Bohls, Associate Professor, English Department, University of Oregon