Be a Part of Afrikan History Events

“ACKHI’s aim is to see the development of a comprehensive and coordinated calendar of events which mark Afrikan (Black) History events throughout the year..”
Download our Afrikan (Black) History Season PDF calendar of events around Oxford.

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Learn About Afrikan 'Black' History

We are currently in the process of developing a dedicated online space on our website where you can learn all about documented history. Watch this space, and if you would like to contribute, don’t hesitate to contact us!

Who are we?

ACKHI was established in 2003 to promote, protect and preserve the history, heritage and culture, of peoples of Black African heritage living and or working in Oxfordshire, as well as Black Afrika’s contributions to world development.

About Us

Our Mission

To promote, maintain, improve and advance education for the benefit of the public in African and African Diasporic cultural heritage particularly by;

fistThe production of educational materials and the encouragement of the arts;   to promote African and African Diasporic cultural heritage through various arts media, as well as promoting an Afri-centric perspective of history, current affairs, knowledge and systems.    To facilitate organizational capacity building through the organization and or delivery of appropriate training in organizational and management skills,    to establish and arts development centre in Oxfordshire, to provide training opportunities, particularly for young African Diasporic people to develop their artistic skills,    to promote any charitable purposes for the benefit of the inhabitants of the county of Oxfordshire and the environs thereof and in particular for the people of African and African-Caribbean decent and heritage.

Upcoming Events

"Black Lives Matter"

09/10/2016 – 5pm-7pm

A presentation and discussion of the “Black Lives Matter” campaign viewed from an English perspective

Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome – Dr Joy DeGruy Leary

12/10/2016 – 5pm-7pm

This is an exploration of the work of Dr DeGruy Leary and her brilliant diagnosis of the African Mind..

An Open Lecture with Simon Woolley

12/10/2016 – 6pm-7pm

with Simon Woolley, Director, Operation Black Vote.


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