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Every October throughout the UK, Black History Month celebrates the achievements and contributions of Black people to the development of British society, technology, economy and arts & culture.

Year on year Black History Month is proving to be one of the most engaging, lively and welcoming events in Wales’ cultural calendar. It serves both as an educational project and an entertaining experience for those interested in and inspired by African and Caribbean Heritage and the Welsh connection.

Black History Month Wales’ unique flavour draws on a wealth of historic and current connections – explored through a host of activities for families, children and people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities.

 

Black History Month Wales (RCC BHMW)  Youth Awards 2016 NOMINATE A Young Black Person for the Race Council Cymru

The Black History Month Wales (BHMW) is managed by Race Council Cymru (RCC), facilitated by the Black History Management Committee made up of members from across Wales and the RCC BHM Youth Awards is part of the BHMW 2016 celebrations, with several events held across Wales in the month of October.

To celebrate BHMW 2016, this year’s theme is ‘Young, Gifted and Black’. We wish to recognise the achievements of young people from African and African Caribbean heritage living in Wales between the ages of 13yrs – 30yrs.

The award ceremony will be led by Race Council Cymru with awards being presented by the Minister responsible for Communities at the Senedd, Cardiff Bay on the 30th of September 2016 from 12.00pm – 2.30pm.

Please click here to download Nomination Form

Closing date is August 31st 2016

 For more information, please feel free to call or email us with any questions you may have.

info@racecouncilcymru.org.uk or  07838360979

 

 

Bob mis Hydref mae Mis Hanes Pobl Dduon yn dathlu’r hyn mae pobl dduon wedi’I gyflawni a’i gyfrannu I ddatblygiad cymdeithas, technoleg, economi, celfyddydau a diwylliant Prydain.

Mae Mis Hanes Pobl Dduon yn un o’r digwyddiadau mwyaf bywiog, croesawgar ac arbennig yng nghalendr diwylliannol Cymru bob blwyddyn. Mae’n brosiect addysgol yn ogystal â bod yn ddiddanwch pur i unrhyw un sydd â diddordeb yn nhreftadaeth Affricanaidd a Charibïaidd a’r cysylltiad Cymreig.

Mae cyfoeth o gysylltiadau hanesyddol a chyfoes yn rhoi blas unigryw i Fis Hanes Pobl Dduon yng Nghymru – dewch i fod yn rhan o’r dathlu; yn blant, teuluoedd a phobl o bob oed, gallu a chefndir.

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