New home for Black Cultural Archives

Black Cultural Archives opens in a new home in Brixton.

28 July 2014

The new home of Black Cultural Archives has been created through the renovation and extension of Raleigh Hall, a Grade II listed building in the heart of Brixton. It is a major centre for black history and culture.

The centre houses a café, dedicated spaces for education and learning, an exhibition gallery, and a specialist research centre and reference library. The £7million capital project has been supported by a £4million grant from HLF.

The new home of Black Cultural Archives has been created through the renovation and extension of Raleigh Hall, a Grade II listed building in the heart of Brixton. It is a major centre for black history and culture.
The centre houses a café, dedicated spaces for education and learning, an exhibition gallery, and a specialist research centre and reference library. The £7million capital project has been supported by a £4million grant from HLF.

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