Huddersfield Online Community Centre

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About Us

Pursuit of Happiness is a Kirklees, West Yorkshire based not for profit organisation and a registered Community Interest Company (CIC).  We have an ambition of making Huddersfield, surrounding areas and nationwide a more harmonious place in which our Black community are able to thrive. We exist to make a difference for our African Diaspora across Kirklees and beyond. Equality, diversity and inclusion should be equally guaranteed for all without regard to race.

Our Mission
We aim to identify critical issues and work towards tangible and generational change that will significantly benefit our Black community. A constructive working relationship between Authorities/Statutory Bodies and the Black community is paramount, with them being directly involved when decisions are being made concerning them. We will be assisting with developing grassroots initiatives to increase equality, diversity and inclusion, with ourselves being the bridge directly into the heart of the community.

Systemic and institutional racism along with oppression among other areas of racial injustices, is and has always been prevalent in the UK regarding our Black/Brown African Caribbean residents.

Our Vision

Have an authentic grassroots representation via our weekly FREE to access online meetings. These events are a way for Pursuit of Happiness CIC to conduct research before proposing a point of view on behalf of our Black community.  We are a welcoming and relaxed digital centre that all our community residents can attend. 

Please click here >>>  to see our upcoming events on Eventbrite. Everyone will be free to speak on any topics, issues and other pressing concerns they wish to express, our voices are hear to be heard.

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Free Online Community Event

Please click the REGISTER HERE button below to book on our event for FREE! Baraka akina dada na kaka! This week we are taking part in a 3-Day International Women's Day - Women In Diversity extravaganza! Pursuit of Happiness is holding the event - Defining Our Beauty Our Sunday evening advert is pictured opposite this text >>>> Please also see the other events on 6th March and 8th March via the REGISTER link, for all 3 events. We are really looking forward to this event and we hope to see you there!

  • Date: 07-03-2021 19:00
  • Location: Online Event

Price: £0.00

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Educational & interesting reading

How To Be an Antiracist

Stirring and provocative, How to be an Antiracist skewers smug self-satisfaction about liberal credentials by stating that we are all complicit in racist incidents. Only by assertive ‘antiracism’ can such appalling abuse and attack begin to be curbed. An incendiary polemic from an acknowledged authority on the subject.

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How the West Indian Child is made Educationally Sub-normal in the British School System

How the West Indian Child is made Educationally Sub-normal in the British School System (1971) Bernard Coard’s polemical pamphlet, addressed directly to black parents, set out the “scandal of the Black Child in Schools in Britain”. The book was published by New Beacon for the Caribbean Education and Community Workers’ Association (CECWA).

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The Measure of a Man

The measure of a man is what he does with power. The measure of a man is not necessarily his title or his position, but rather how he treats others. If you want to see the true measure of a man, watch how he treats his inferiors, not his equals.

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The Final Speeches

Very inspiring. Malcom X was not like people said he was. This was a man who wanted justice, rights and peace for his black brothers and sisters. He was not a man who thought killing was always the answer. This man was intelligent, wise and understood the circle we call life.

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The Fire Next Time

The two essays were first respectively published in American magazines in late 1962: "Letter from a Region of My Mind" in The New Yorker,[3] and "My Dungeon Shook" in The Progressive.[4] They were then combined and published in book form in 1963 by Dial Press, and in 1964 in Britain by Penguin Books. Critics greeted the book enthusiastically; it is considered, by some, as one of the most influential books about race relations in the 1960s.[5] It was released in an audiobook format in 2008, narrated by Jesse L. Martin.

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The Souls Of Black Folk

The Souls of Black Folk is a classic work of American literature by W. E. B. Du Bois. It is a seminal work in the history of sociology, and a cornerstone of African-American literary history. To develop this groundbreaking work, Du Bois drew from his own experiences as an African-American in the American society. Outside of its notable relevance in African-American history, The Souls of Black Folk also holds an important place in social science as one of the early works in the field of sociology.

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Ethiopian Bible

Unlike the King James Bible, which contains 66 books, the Ethiopic Bible comprises a total of 84 books and includes some writings that were rejected or lost by other Churches.

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African Heritage Bible

The Original African Heritage Study Bible offers many unique features which reveal the African/Edenic contribution to Judaism and Christianity.

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When We Ruled

As part of my mission to popularise Black or African history, it is clear that the premier book on that history, When We Ruled, needs an equally premier learning resource.

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African Europeans - An Untold History

As early as the third century, St Maurice―an Egyptian―became leader of the legendary Roman Theban Legion. Ever since, there have been richly varied encounters between those defined as ‘Africans’ and those called ‘Europeans’.

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Think like a white man

By following the White Man Commandments - namely, that winning justifies anything and everything - you too can achieve success beyond your capabilities.

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The Windrush Betrayal

Amelia Gentleman's exposé of the Windrush scandal shocked the nation, and led to the resignation of Amber Rudd as Home Secretary.

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  • United Kingdom
  • Huddersfield, West Yorkshire