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Black History Activity Books - A huge success!!

28 Janvier 2019 , Rédigé par www.afrocultureblog.com Publié dans #book, #author, #blackhistory, #kids, #ujamaa, #afroculture, #2019, #ENG, #uk

The Black History Activity Books have been designed to inspire and educate young people on some of the greatest figures in history.  The books use a series of puzzles and activities to stimulate the minds of the reader whilst aiding them to learn in a fun and exciting way.

"We believe that it is our responsibility to inspire and educate our children about their history.  There are many positive black role-models that are truly inspirational. No longer will they be kept away from us and hidden in the shadows and there contributions to be ignored! We highlight these role-models, giving young people a greater sense of self thus building confidence. We believe that educating young people about our achievements, contributions to society and this civilisation is of paramount importance".

Their Launch in 2018 was a major success!! Click on youtube link below for their latest video:

The preparation for their second Black History Month event in 2019 is already well under way and 900 tickets have already been booked in less than a week!! Make sure to register online as soon as possible!!

Read on to book your ticket today!!

Black History Activity Books - A huge success!!
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REFLECT COUTURE CHILDREN'S COLLECTION 2018-2019

13 Janvier 2019 , Rédigé par www.afrocultureblog.com Publié dans #kids, #business, #brand, #fashion, #ujamaa, #reflectcouture, #afroculture, #2019, #ENG, #uk

REFLECT COUTURE CHILDREN'S COLLECTION 2018-2019
REFLECT Couture Children's Collection 2018/2019 was founded in November of 2018. 

This family-run business was set-up to provide a broader range of culturally specific children's apparel and initiate the foundation to build upon the original designs and concepts to embed a children's brand synonymous with quality and cultural character. 


 
REFLECT COUTURE CHILDREN'S COLLECTION 2018-2019

Our family consists of (3) children (18, 14), with the youngest 4 years old and the face and ambassador of the brand.

The collection currently consists of Premium Long-Sleeve T-Shirts (Black & White), ranging from ages 6months to 7 years (larger sizes on request), Children sized Cups / Mugs; and the boys and girls Back-to-School Bags /Rucksacks. All available with the original Zummi and Mosiah designs.

For more info contact us at:
(E) reflectcouture@gmail.com

Follow us on:

(INSTA) @reflectcouture
(TWITTER) @reflectcouture
(FACEBOOK) @reflectcouture

Alternatively, visit us at: www.reflectcouture.com and send us any queries 24/7 on the chat portal. We'll endeavour to answer any questions and assist with navigating around the site. 

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Meet Elsa interviewing kidpreneurs Kemi and Kiisha, CEOs of KishemWorld

30 Octobre 2018 , Rédigé par www.afrocultureblog.com Publié dans #afroculturekidz, #business, #interview, #kids, #kishem, #afroculture, #2018, #ENG, #uk

Elsa, AfrocultureKidz and Kemi and Kiisha, Kishem

Check out Elsa's interview with girlskidpreneurs Kemi and Kiisha, owner of Kishem brand. Suscribe to our tube channel AfroCultureKidz to see our next videos.

For more info on Kishem and Afroculturekidz, see links below:

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Meet Omari McQueen, 10 year old CEO of Dipalicious

27 Octobre 2018 , Rédigé par www.afrocultureblog.com Publié dans #business, #afroculturekidz, #interview, #kids, #afroculture, #2018, #omarimcqueen, #ENG, #uk

Omari McQueen, 10 year old CEO of Dipalicious

Omari McQueen, 10 year old CEO of Dipalicious

Budding business mogul Omari McQueen is set to impress foodies with his new vegan dip business, Dipalicious. At just ten years old, Omari is already the proud owner not only of his own food company, but a YouTube channel, 'The Mari Maker Show', where he enthuses about homemade vegan dishes and shows fans at home how to recreate them in style.

As one of six children, he learned how to cook very quickly from watching his mum and dad prepare large meals daily, and it wasn't long before he was rustling up his own culinary creations for family and friends, inspired by his Jamaican background and his love of great flavours! While making a vegan pizza, Omari decided to create a dip to accompany it – and the idea for Dipalicious was born.

Overcoming his natural shyness whena he's in the kitchen, Omari has always loved to cook, and creates all the dips he sells himself, before sharing them with the world via the Dipalicious website. As well as being tasty and nutritious, each dip is also 100% vegan approved, ensuring a healthy and ethical way to eat, all while supporting a new business venture from one of the UK's brightest young entrepreneurial talents.

The brand officially launched in 2017 when Omari was only eight, and the delicious flavours on offer currently include Caribbean Kick, Sweet Tooth and Coco Curry– each winning glowing reviews. Dipalicious is going from strength to strength as Omari experiments with new flavours to create vegan dips sure to suit even the most discerning palette.

"I want to create food which everyone can enjoy," says Omari. "That's what great food is all about, to me – it's a way to bring people closer together, and that's what I hope to do with Dipalicious."

When he's not building his brand, Omari enjoys spending time at home with his family and loves to dance along to his musical hero Michael Jackson.

Find out more about the brand and try the dips for yourself at the official website www.dipalicious.co.uk - Instagram @dipaliciousdips - twitter@omarimcqueen - Facebook @dipalicious

Omari McQueen, 10 year old CEO of Dipalicious

Omari McQueen, 10 year old CEO of Dipalicious

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Kishem, entrepreneurship at its best!!

5 Juin 2018 , Rédigé par Caro Sika Publié dans #business, #brand, #carosika, #kids, #ujamaa, #afroculturekidz, #afroculture, #2018, #ENG, #uk

Kiisha and Kemi at Camden Market

Kiisha and Kemi at Camden Market

Kemi and Kiisha, aged 8 and 6 years olds, are just so cool! It's Saturday 2nd June and the girls' brand Kishem (a blend of both of their names) holds a stall at Camden market. On the table, there are numerous gorgeous items so very girly: badges, keyrings, lucky dip sachets, cookies, colouring books.... Kemi is pointing at the illustration of their lead character dressed Wakanda style. I ask her if she watched Black Panther and naturally this 8 year old Tycoon has. Moreover, she has her  own tag line for it "Wakanda rock". I proceed looking at all the items and I am totally in love with them and Kishem's concept.

There is no doubt in my mind that being a little girl again, I would simply love rocking "Kishem style". In fact, all of us ladies present, secretly love all of the characters of Kishem's world and would happily get colouring the pages of the story book there and then. Kishem's oldest sister's favorite is Afia because this character loves science. Unsurprisingly, Kishem's sister loves science herself. And that is the point, that's what we call Positive Representation. These characters in Kishem's storybooks are neither princesses, nor ballerinas. They are powerful, talented, creative, entrepreneurial girls.

- Zhen is a photographer and you get to see her editing in her studio

- Mya is good at cooking

- Kishem loves karate and sports

- Eve is a great swimmer

- Ruby makes jewellery

- Amor loves technology

..... and so on and so forth!!!

These two little girls totally achieved what they set out to do one day of Summer 2016.

"We got the idea to create the Kishem colouring book after asking our mum and dad why there weren't colouring books with all types of children who look like us or our friends in school. Our Dad said "girls problems are meant for solving" (he says that all the time), so we decided to make our own" .... "We wanted the book to have different types of children who are all talented and unique. It was also important to make it more than just a colouring book so after creating and naming each character, we added short stories about them and what they enjoy doing. We think all children have something special about them and we hope this book helps them to realise that they are really cool and that they can do anything".

Two years down the line, Kishem has been able to show their books in UK schools, shipped their books to America, had requests from Africa. I have no doubt Kishem will continue to go from strength to strength. Their multicultural characters offer representation for every girl and ethnic group they represent in our schools nowadays, especially in the UK.

For more info about Kishem or to invite them for a talk at your local school, check their website below....

I wish all the very best to these two precious stars on their Kishem's Journey and have been delighted to meet them. They are greatly inspiring!

 

 

Kishem with their mother Blessing

Kishem with their mother Blessing

Kishem with Caro Sika

Kishem with Caro Sika

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