Wednesday, 15 July 2015

A brief round up of what BIS author's have been up to this month...

Monday 13th July 2015
Alan Sharp gave a presentation entitled ” Do sexism, racism,
white privilege and a system of white supremacy exist in Britain today?”  at City Hall, London.

 Sharp is the author of the new controversial book Changing Generations: Challenging Power & Oppression in Britain Today.  

On Saturday 11th July 2015
Michael Williams co-author of the international best-selling Black Scientists and Inventors series of books gave a presentation to the the children and parents of the Akacia C Supplementary School on out standing black scientists and inventors both modern and old.

On Saturday 4th July 2015
Natasha & daughter  speak to mother & child.
Natasha John-Baptiste invites children and parents to a sunny afternoon of fun and edutainment. At her One Thing About History is.... family day event.

John-Baptiste is the author of the popular children's title Mosi meets John Lee love.

Friday, 22 May 2015

In the piece below Michael Jackson speaks on how he believes that the school history books and the national/international media do not tell the truth about Black People's contributions in popular culture... He goes as far as saying that they lie!.He says that "...this has got to stop...and a change is gonna come..."  Listen for yourself.

For more information on the African Contribution to Modern Music please click here.

Wednesday, 29 April 2015

Great News!!!!

Self Publishing Successfully: A 20 Step Guide Has Just Been Launched On Kindle.

The easy to use and understandable book “Self Publishing Successfully: A 20 Step Guide” is now available on Kindle.

Tuesday, 10 March 2015

There are just a few places left so do register ASAP to avoid the disappointment of not being able to attend this very important event. Register NOW !!!

Thursday, 20 November 2014

Black Scientists & Inventors In The UK: Millenniums of Inventions & Innovations - Book 5
Over 10 years of research and 2 years, 8 months to write the book, Amalemba and Williams produce one of the most monumental books on the African contributions to the UK in science, inventions and technology.


In this ground-breaking book, a best-kept-secret is made known, they dare to suggest that people of African origin were at least amongst the first inhabitants of Briton and brought with them from Africa their science, technology and language etc. Amalemba and Williams also demonstrate that throughout the middle ages up to present times people of African descent (residing in the UK) continue to contribute in all areas of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).