We work in collaboration with other cultural organisations and businesses, large or small, national or international, to bring historical accuracy to important projects. Through partnership, We Are One champions a new, more accurate vision of history across every cultural touch-point at our disposal.
Amongst numerous academic collaborations, BCA archive materials have been adapted into the curriculum delivered at Kings College London.
Our work with the V&A on the Staying Power exhibition and the BBC on their recent Black and British TV series show how we are able to influence the cultural landscape.
Our relationships have crossed local geographic boundaries, as we have forged associations with institutions such as the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington DC and welcome people of influence such as Ojaja II, the Ooni of Ife, Nigeria.
Important relationships have been formed with companies such as Bloomberg, EDF, Google, Hogan Lovells and Prudential. It is rewarding to know that BCA can bring value to the strategic intent of companies like these. We offer support for business objectives such as increasing brand awareness, customer loyalty and employee engagement. A BCA partnership is also a unique opportunity to demonstrate community engagement, as well as commitment to diversity and inclusion.
Every partner, however they become engaged with BCA, is rewarded with recognition of their support in telling the stories of Black Britain.