An artist of colour whose work is as diverse as it is exciting. Her representations of people of colour are unique yet accurately reflective,
Author and senior marketing executive Monique Dixon ‘s debut novel is entitled ‘Once Bad Intentions’ the compelling journey of a rogue teenager struggling to beat her troubled past. Described as “London at its realist…” Monique brings her Black British perspective to the page
Blaksox is an income generating social action movement formed to inspire marginalised Black communities to respond to an increasingly challenging and changing economic and political environment.
The ethos of Diva Choice is for Women to reconnect with their inner beauty and encourage love for self through pampering and Lingerie. Diva Choice retails luxury beauty products, such as cupcake inspired Bath melts made with the finest ingredients; Shea butter, Coco Butter and Essential Oils.
To most he is well known, not a household name to all and certainly not one of those out every night celebrities. To his peers and contemporaries he is an inspiration. His community afford him hero status. Why?
1960s Britain had been a difficult place to live for the WINDRUSH GENERATION (the name given to the thousands of Caribbean work migrants who answered Britain’s call for labour after the 2nd world war to come to the UK to work in the 1950s. They got their name from Windrush, the name of the first ship that brought them over).
A luxury events styling company, offering the best in bespoke venue decoration services and management. From weddings to corporate events, Luxury Events Group can bring absolutely any idea and vision to life and ensure your celebration is elegant, classy and organised.
The BlackPoppyRose is a symbol to honour the contributions made by the African/Black/Caribbean communities during the various war efforts. Our heritage lie within the remembrance as their legacies live within us today.
The finalists for the 2016 #back2blackawards have been chosen. Plus Chucky Venn news, Winston Ellis, Rough Copy, Hill St. Soul and loose woman Jamelia joins the #back2blackawards family…
2016 AWARDS VOTING FORM Use the form below to vote for the finalist you think deserves a Back2BlackAward this year. Awards will be presented at the prestigious BAFTA 195 Piccadilly London on Sunday 02 October 2016. [tickets] VOTING CLOSED
Back2Black Awards 2016 [The Finalists]. The following people have been nominated by their community for a Back2Black Award. They have either been inspirational or monumental in helping others around them or have overcome challenging situations to become a contributing and positive member of the community. They are all already winners and on Sunday 02 October 2016 at BAFTA 195 Piccadilly London, we will celebrate their achievements and recognise those you vote for with a Back2Black Award.
Do you know a young person who by their actions, deeds or achievements deserves recognition? If so please let us know who they are and why by completing the form
Talented Black British Actor, Charles ‘Chucky’ Venn has supported #back2blackawards from the first ceremony and continues to support us now. You can catch Charles on Saturday nights [BBC1] currently tearing up Casualty with those story-lines…
Back 2 Black Awards at BAFTA is an evening packed full of entertainment, inspiration and celebration. Don’t just take our word for it read the testimonials.
The Back2Black Awards fundraising gala kicks off UK Black History Month in opulent fashion. Our 2015 Award Recipients are listed here.
As a poet her contemporary style and content have earned GLITCH much acclaim and you can see her for yourself SUNDAY 4TH OCTOBER 2015 BAFTA LONDON.
After such a motivational and inspirational talk at Back2Black Awards 2014; by popular demand we had to welcome Nathaniel Peat back for this year’s event. Nathaniel’s life experiences and successes make for interesting reading and his presentations inspire and enlighten. Nathaniel Peat is a multi-award willing entrepreneur, engineer, pilot and man of many talents and achievements, he […]
Camile Curtis is the founder of the Black, British and Beautiful Calendar, She felt she really wanted to do more to ensure that ‘our’ children feel beautiful, worthy and that they can be somebody.
Created specifically for young people aged between 16 and 21 who have achieved something inspirational at home or in the wider community.
In conjunction with their Employee Resource Group (ERG) Fusion, which celebrates and promotes cultural diversity in the workplace, Viacom International Media Networks (VIMN) is proud to support the 2015 Back2Black Awards, taking place at BAFTA for Black History Month. VIMN will also sponsor the ‘Inspirational Young Person’ award.
2015 VOTING IS NOW CLOSED We thank you for your interest. 2015 Award Winners have been chosen. Look out for Back2Black Awards 2016.
Vee Roberts is a mumpreneur of 4, Strategic Marketing and Events Consultant and Founder of InspireUrBiz™ events. Aside from running a busy household and managing her own business (insight2Marketing), Vee devotes several hours a week to serving other people and helping their businesses grow.
AWOL [ABSENT WITHOUT LOVE] TO SHOW AT 2015 BACK2BLACK AWARDS. After two sell out screenings at the East London Genesis Cinema and the Prince Charles Cinema Leicester Square, it has been confirmed that AWOL (Absent Without Love) will be shown as part of the events film presentation at this year’s Back2Black Awards. It stars ‘Casualty’ actor Charles […]
Luxurious style and crystal-clear sound are the defining elements of BassBuds. Endorsed by celebrities such as Alesha Dixon, Dizzee Rascal and Jhene Aiko to name but a few…
Singer songwriter FIDEL to perform at BACK2BLACK Awards 2015 Fidel is a singer/songwriter who burst onto the U.K scene with his own unique take on music. His music incorporates Soul & jazz and touches on everyday life & politics from a humorous albeit serious point of view. His influences include Bob Marley, Barry White & Luther […]
Event co-sponsor and accomplished author IBITOLA OJOYE will Present a Back2Black Award. Read more about Ibitola and her novels that are currently receiving rave reviews.
Fine artist ELICIA JACOBS kindly paints and donates an exclusive piece of black history artwork for the Back2BlackAwards fundraising auction. Elicia Jacobs [pictured above alongside her portrait of her Grandma] was born in Hackney, East London in 1980. She studied GSCE and A’Level Art in Hornsey, London and continued to learn new techniques by attending workshops […]
WOULD YOU LIKE TO SPONSOR THE 2016 BACK2BLACK AWARDS @ BAFTA? We have put together some great packages for those wishing to get involved and below are just some of the reasons why you should. All proceeds from this project go towards workshops and film projects with young people steering them away from youth violence and gang culture. Your support […]