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‪Still Undervalued‬
‪مارس 2022‬
‪يحتاج هذا المبنى الجميل إلى المزيد من المعلومات حول الثقافة السوداء ، والتضاريس ، والتقاليد ، والاختراعات السوداء ، والتمثيلات ، والإنجازات التاريخية ، إلخ. من المفترض أن يكون هذا هو الأرشيف "الوطني" ولكن للأسف لا تزال ثقافتنا السوداء مقومة بأقل من قيمتها! يتم تقليل الأشخاص السود الذين تم تسجيلهم منذ زمن بعيد إلى العصر الروماني إلى جدار واحد من الجداول الزمنية حيث تكون المعلومات بخط يصعب على أي شخص يعاني من إعاقات بصرية طفيفة قراءته ، وتكون جميع التواريخ المهمة في نوع من الخط الرمادي. يصبح التاريخ أقل تأثيرًا ويكاد يكون غير مهم حيث يجب أن يكون جزءًا جريئًا من القصة. يتأرجح الخط الزمني نفسه للخلف وللأمام عبر الحائط مع انخفاض بعض المحتوى لدرجة أنك تحتاج إلى الانحناء أو الانحناء لتتمكن من قراءته. . لا يمكن الوصول إليها بسهولة! عندما يتم تقليص تاريخنا إلى بضع صور وأسطر من النص ، فإننا نستمر في حرماننا من حق التصويت! هذا الأرشيف ينقصه "الثقافة" واللون. لا توجد مشاهد ، ولا أصوات ، ولا روائح ، ولا صور. كان هذا أقرب إلى "نافذة منبثقة" لحدث ما. جدار واحد لا يمكن أن يحدد ثقافتنا. الأرشيف الثقافي الأسود ؛ كما نقول ، حان وقت "الإصلاح"!‬
‪Could do better!‬
‪سبتمبر 2019‬
‪بعد فضيحة المستوطنين البريطانيين من Windrush من منطقة البحر الكاريبي الذين وصلوا إلى الأخبار مؤخرًا ، قررنا زيارة الأرشيف الثقافي الأسود في بريكستون. لا يوجد سوى غرفة واحدة مخصصة للمعرض على Windrush الذي اعتقدت أنه صغير جدًا. لقد سلط الضوء على مختلف قوانين الهجرة ولكن لم يكن هناك ما يكفي من العرض. بالنظر إلى حجم هذه القصة وتأثيرها على الكثير من الأشخاص الذين جاء آباؤهم في الأربعينيات والخمسينيات والثمانينيات والثمانينيات والثمانينيات ، يجب عليهم إبراز هذه الحالات كما هي في المجال العام وأنهم أمثلة جيدة على كيفية واجه الناس "بيئة معادية". ينبغي أن تظهر أيضا على حلقة مستمرة ديفيد Olusoga وثائقي: "غير المرغوب فيه: ملفات Windrush السرية" الذي يفسر كيف تغيرت مختلف أعمال الهجرة على مر السنين واشتعلت بها الناس. تحتوي الأرشيفات أيضًا على غرفة أخرى في الطابق العلوي تحتوي على جدول زمني للتاريخ البريطاني الأسود وتُظهر وجود أشخاص سود في المملكة المتحدة منذ العصر الروماني. قم بزيارة ميدان Windrush أيضًا ، وهو نصب تذكاري لجميع جنود الكومنولث الذين جاءوا للدفاع عن "الوطن الأم". ومع ذلك ، أشعر أن هذا النصب يجب أن يكون في وايتهول حيث يتم عرض النصب التذكارية الأخرى للحرب العالمية الأولى والثانية بشكل دائم.‬

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PlutonP
‪Bedford‬, UK31 مساهمة
زوجان •
‪This beautiful building needs more about black culture, our contirbutions, traditions, black 'firsts' ie inventions, representations, historical achievements etc.

This is supposed to be the 'National' archive but sadly our black culture is still being undervalued! Black people recorded from as far back as roman times are reduced to a single wall of timelines where the information is in a font that anyone with minor visual impairments would struggle to read, the all important dates are in a kind of greyed out font so the date becomes less impactful and almost insignificant where they should be a bold part of the story. The timeline itself snakes back and forward across the wall with some of the content being so low you need to bend or stoop to be able to read it.. Not very accessible!
When our history is reduced to a few pictures and lines of text, we continue to be disenfranchised! This archive is lacking in 'culture' and colour. There are no sights, no sounds, no smells, no visuals. This was more akin to a 'pop up' for an event.
One wall CANNOT define our culture.
Black Cultural Archive; as we would say, time to 'fix' up!‬
كُتب بتاريخ 18 مارس 2022
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Whitehalltraveller
London400 مساهمة
‪After the scandal of the Windrush British commonwealth settlers from the Caribbean hit the news recently, we decided to visit the Black Cultural Archives in Brixton. There is only 1 room dedicated to the exhibition on Windrush which I thought was far too small. It did highlight the different immigration acts but there was simply not enough on display. Considering how big a story this is and affects so many people whose parents came over in the 40s, 50s, 60s and 70s, they should be highlighting those cases as they are in the public domain and they are good examples of how people faced an “hostile environment”. They should also be showing on continuous loop the David
Olusoga documentary: “The Unwanted: The Secret Windrush Files” which explains how the various immigration acts have changed over the years and caught people out. The archives also has another room upstairs which has a timeline of black British history and shows there have been black people in the UK since the Roman times. Do visit Windrush Square as well, a monument to all of the commonwealth soldiers who came over to defend the ‘motherland’. However, I do feel that this monument should be in Whitehall where the 2 other monuments to the First and Second World Wars are permanently on display.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 11 سبتمبر 2019
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Emily J
مدينة نيويورك, نيويورك78 مساهمة
بمفردك •
‪The Black Cultural Archives website states that it is "the only national heritage centre dedicated to collecting, preserving and celebrating the histories of African and Caribbean people in Britain." I visited out of a sincere interest about Black migration to and through England throughout history. The Centre, unfortunately is a bit limited.

The gallery is "free" but seemed to consist of a single conference room on the second floor with pictures featuring prominent leaders in the civil rights movement of the 1960s and 1970s. I couldn't get a clear answer from anyone as to whether this was the entirety of the free gallery. There was also a first floor special "Windrush" exhibit on the first floor that was much more comprehensive than the main gallery and that focused on Black migration from the Caribbean to England in the late 1940s and early 1950s and challenges faced by Brexit and other citizenship laws throughout the last 50 years. Admission to the exhibit cost only £3 and it was a must see.

I wish I could give a higher rating, as this centre seeks to tell an important history, but the presentation was not rounded. I left knowing nothing about Caribbean migration prior to the late 1940s or about those who migrated directly from Africa. I did purchase a copy of "Black and British" by David Olusoga from the gift shop, and anticipate that its 529 pages will provide greater insight. The Centre exhibits did not that it is still in its infancy and seeking sources of funding, that could significantly raise their profile.

I would still recommend seeing the Centre, but combining a visit to the Brixton Market to make a well rounded half day excursion. I would also recommend considering making a donation to the Centre if you are passionate about Afro Caribbean History.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 8 يوليو 2019
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Vanessacalling
لندن, UK254 مساهمة
الأصدقاء •
‪I've reviewed the venue on a cultural excursion previously, we'd also previously stopped for a bite, but this time we got seduced by the menu and that bite got bigger. So I'd like to say - top notch to the cafe kitchen. Cheerful service, tasty fare and a mango rum smoothie winner!

Chicken wings were only 3 but garnish, dressing and salad made up for that and I cleaned the plate. My pal's plantain and bean stew with rice also went down quickly to appreciative noises from that corner, even my daughter munched on my mango glazed chicken too.

Close to closing they helpfully cleared around us, but left us to bask the sunshine after their doors shut.

Lovely and we didn't even have cake this time - which always look tempting!

Be back soon...‬
كُتب بتاريخ 1 يونيو 2019
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Y3048NPdavids
لندن, UK778 مساهمة
زوجان •
‪We have been here to see the last three exhibitions and have always found it a pleasant place to visit. The exhibitions are small; the current one showcases the careers of five black women who are at the top of their chosen professions and is accompanied by excellent photographic portraits together with inspirational biographical information. We also enjoyed a coffee and excellent soup in a friendly, relaxed and bright environment in the café there.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 14 أبريل 2019
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Kirsten C
مساهمتيْن
الأصدقاء •
‪The one exhibition we saw was interesting. My three friends and I went to check it out because we heard it was cool but woman who worked there was so rude to us! We were looking around trying to find the exhibits and she effectively told us that we weren’t welcome and had the worst attitude. So condescending. Didn’t continue to look around because it was so off putting and won’t be coming back.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 12 سبتمبر 2018
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pauletteb70
لندن, UK20 مساهمة
العائلة •
‪I have always seen this place when on the bus but never been inside, my husband and brother in laws were raving about it, so on over weekend we had lunch to celebrate my husband pre-birthday. We had just missed the cooked food, so I opted for Ham sandwich which was really delicious followed by mixed fruit punch, I did not get a chance to go to the museum bit but will next time everybody else had cake which left their month watering, the staff that run the place were really friendly and made you feel really good‬
كُتب بتاريخ 4 سبتمبر 2018
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Vicsie
بوسطن, ماساتشوستس94 مساهمة
بمفردك •
‪I enjoyed the exhibit but know that it is pretty small. You will not spend more than an hour here. The exhibit when I visited was the Family Archive. I enjoyed it very much. I only wish there was more to see.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 31 مارس 2018
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Urbancitygirl64
شيكاغو, إلينوي273 مساهمة
بمفردك •
‪It's small and Brixton is a cool place to visit. Even if you stop in, it won't take a lot of your time. I enjoyed the one exhibit while I was there. The food at the cafe was good. I bought things from the gift shop. I'm into Black History so I enjoyed myself. I'm not sure if it holds up if you're expecting a traditional "museum" experience.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 28 يناير 2018
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Dawn M
لندن, UK32 مساهمة
‪I've been meaning to visit the BCA ever since they were opened in Brixton in 2014 and finally got the chance this weekend during an impromptu visit.

The Black Sound exhibition is currently on until 4 November 2017, and "tells the story of 100 years of musical creativity and DIY ingenuity". It's a very small exhibition and we opted not to get the audio-guided tour, but instead to do a quick browse. There will doubtless be something in the exhibition for Black music anoraks.

The main attraction for me was the building itself and Raleigh Hall has been lovingly restored. There's a small bookshop selling a range of books and some great posters and artwork.

Most of our time there was spent in the café where my companion had a meal (jerk chicken, rice and peas and salad) and we both had a slice of carrot cake, hot drinks and non-alcoholic cocktails (mine was a fantastic cucumber, mint and ginger concoction which I am going to try to replicate at home). The café will definitely be on my go-to list whenever I'm down in Brixton again and wanting a hot drink and a cake! The food was great, as was the service. In fact all the staff present on the day were very friendly and very helpful.

The BCA is a great space and is available for private hire. It would be great to hold an event there in the summertime so the courtyard could be used.
كُتب بتاريخ 28 أكتوبر 2017
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