Who We Are
We are the Somerset African Caribbean Network, bringing African and Caribbean communities together to connect and campaign.
What We Do
We host a variety of regular and one-off events, aiming to foster connections, bring people together, and promote our core values.
There are many ways to get involved – from becoming a member to making a donation. Your support would be greatly appreciated.
New figures from a Black British Voices (BBV) survey reveal a major shift in the way that people of African Caribbean origin view mental health compared to previous generations.
According to the Black British Voices Survey, RACISM IN education is the single biggest factor holding back Black educational achievement.
Originally broadcast in 1956, this groundbreaking docudrama explores the experiences of the 75,000 West Indians who had then newly settled in Britain, and the disparity they found between the mythical country and the real one.