Black History Studies presents the 9th ‘Black Market & Film Festival’ on Saturday 12th November 2016 at West Green Learning Centre, N15.

Over 45 Black Businesses will showcase African Arts & Crafts, African-Inspired Homeware, Comics and Animation, Jewellery, Fashion, Skincare, Hair Care, Health Products, Food, Books, DVDs, Toys, Accountancy Services & more!

The event will also be raising money to support the ‘Sistah Space Against Domestic Abuse’, a safe haven dedicated to the recovery and empowerment of African & Caribbean survivors of domestic and sexual abuse.

Featured films include:

The North London Premiere of – 7 A.M: A Documentary (2015) by Jason Black
The UK Premieres of – Mama Rwanda (2016) by Laura Waters Hinson | Profiled (2016) by Kathleen Foster | Ota Benga: Human At The Zoo (2015) by Prof. Niyi Coker Jr | Black Friday The Remix (2016) by Ric Mathis

A Children’s Workshop:

Every History Matters: African Performing Arts Workshop by Awa Ginet-Jones.


Live Music and Entertainment by Ace of Jacks Radio; Networking Opportunities; Business Opportunities – find out how you can earn between £500 – £1000 a month on a part time basis; Motivational Speeches and much more!

Head down to the West Green Learning Centre at Parkview Academy, West Green Road, London, N15 3QR from 12-9pm on Saturday 12th November 2016.

For more information and to inquire about stall rental, visit Black History Studies website
For ticket and event information go to Eventbrite