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The Africa Centre aims to promote positive awareness of Africa, to help to empower the African Diaspora in the UK, and to support Africa's development aspirations.
Arthur Probsthain Oriental & African bookseller
As one of the oldest bookshops in London, Arthur Probsthain provides a wide range of books reflecting African and Asian cultural perspectives.
The object of the Society is to publish and make known the principles of the major Buddhist schools and traditions and to encourage the study and practice of those principles.
Grant & Cutler
Grant & Cutler is the largest foreign-language bookshop in the UK.
Joss Graham Oriental Textiles
Antique and contemporary textiles, clothes and objects from Africa, Asia and India are sold here. There is also a newsletter which details upcoming events involving designers from Africa and Asia.
Kali encourages, develops and presents new theatre writing by Asian women.
Memorial Gates Trust
The Memorial Gates are a memorial to honour the five million men and women from the Indian subcontinent, Africa and the Caribbean who served with the Armed Forces during the First and Second World Wars. The Memorial Gates website looks at the role played by these men and women in the Wars.
The Nehru Centre aims to foster a continuous, varied and meaningful dialogue between India and Britain
Sources for Black and Asian History at the City of Westminster Archives Centre
Sources for Black and Asian History at the City of Westminster Archives is an extensive handlist of sources for the history of the Black and Asian presence in Westminster.
Whispers of Time: Oral History of London's Chinese
Whispers of Time is the first DVD documentary on the Chinese community in London exploring memories of migration and settlement among early immigrants.
Yaa Asantewaa Arts and Community Centre
The Yaa Asantewaa centre is a combined Black arts and community centre. Named after the warrior Queen Mother of the Ashanti people of Ghana, the Centre is known as a prize-winning landmark in African and Caribbean art.
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