The BMEYPP provides safe spaces and opportunities for young people to access support, to learn new skills through informal educational, fun, social, sports and arts activities led by and for young people.
Born from the frustration founder Carolynn Bain experienced trying to find books for and by Black people. situated in the heart of Brighton on Kensington Street, the book store is a must visit location to stock up on some wholesome reading.
RHF advocates and supports people affected by racist and faith hate incidents to
increase reporting in Brighton & Hove. RHF also liaises and scrutinises organisations to
make effective anti-racist policies and improve ways of working. RHF works in
partnership with their members, wider communities, statutory and voluntary sectors.
A community hang out space for LGTBQ+ POC - it is Black led, but welcomes all POC. If you identify as an LGBTQ+ person of colour, then we would love to welcome you to our meet-ups.
The BMECP'S vision is to create a sustainable resource centre which champions the Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) community in Brighton and Hove and support BME communities and their families. Their aim as an infrastructure organisation is to promote community cohesion. Staff and Trustees aim to offer affordable and welcoming space for the community, for training, meetings and cultural events.
ASATT is an essential group for children of colour or dual heritage and their families who require someone to listen, support, advise and advocate where necessary. Together and with our lived experiences we have a strong understanding of the difficulties that arise around special educational needs, race, trauma and struggles within systems and aim to create opportunities to aid recovery, support and space to be seen and heard.
The Open Minds Project aims to change the narrative through knowledge. As parents, we understand that the information our children receive has a huge effect on the way they view themselves and their future, and books play a big part in that. As a charity, our first task is to help schools in Brighton & Hove to have bookshelves that paint positive narratives for children (particularly children of colour).
Independent Sexual Violence advice for People who experience Racism. We support survivors of sexual violence and abuse in Sussex. We understand that a healing journey starts with a small step and are here to help you. Survivors’ Network is a feminist organisation and we operate within an empowerment ethos.
"Our mission at the Black Tri Tribe is to empower and inspire people of colour to explore the world of swim, bike, run in a welcoming and supportive environment.
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