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The Official Guide to Black History Month UK ®

Black History Month UK – an International annual month, celebrating, recognising and valuing the inspirational individuals and events from within the BME communities. During Black History Month, we remember and celebrate the important people from the past and also who contribute to and help our society today. First celebrated in the UK in 1987, Black History Month in the UK is marked annually during the month of October and in the USA during the month of February, with important reference to the black society. Black History Month UK went from receiving a kind-hearted response to being a national celebration to BHM UK individuals, shaping history as it stands today. Our Black History Month UK magazine (bHM Mag) lays out important dates in history an both celebrates and remembers the people who contributed to a more equal and progressive society.

bHM Magazine – The only official guide.

Talent Media’s bHM magazine is the only official guide to Black History Month in the UK. Back issues of our magazines are available to search through, issues on this site date back to 2009. As usual we bring you a selection of activities during Black History Month, so you can become actively involved during the month. Featuring a message from the Prime Minister and the Mayor of London, the Official Black History Month UK magazine not only celebrates Black history and culture in the UK but we also deliver to you stories, fashion tips, history, music, health and wellbeing and recruitment opportunities available around the UK.

HSBC – Open, Connected, Dependable

CoramBAAF Adoption & Fostering Academy

Adoption: A man on a mission

The Prime Minister – Rt Hon David Cameron

A Message from the MAYOR 2015

Whats On at the Black Cultural Archives

The Anthony Nolan Trust


J.P. Morgan – Fostering Diversity

 bHM magazine 2015 was sponsored by


J.P. Morgan is a place for talented people from all backgrounds and perspectives because our clients come from all backgrounds and perspectives. Gender, race, sexual orientation, age and physical ability are just some of the differences that make people — employees and clients — unique. However, it’s also about having diverse points of view and a different approach to our work. This enables us to see every possibility which helps us to serve our clients better. We can do this by creating and encouraging a culture of inclusion, where everyone’s opinion counts and all employees have the freedom to deliver their absolute best. This is why we work hard and invest in attracting and developing a diverse workforce.

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