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Christmas List for 2011

With most people counting down the days until Christmas, we decided to share ideas for stocking fillers that you will be able to enjoy all year round.

1. 2012 Black Calendar - Awash with positive inspirational images and crammed packed full of information, this calendar contains the independence day of every island in the Caribbean and every country in Africa. Every single day details a significant event that happened in black history. ‘The wealth of information on this calendar means that after a year you would have actually done a course on black history focusing on African, the Caribbean and the UK.’ Cost 14.99 plus packaging for more information

2. BIS Publications books promote cultural education amongst all communities, knowledge, inspiration, aspiration and information resulting in producing children with high self esteem, high self worth, pride in their heritage and most of all confidence. Go online to and choose from their selection of books, calendars, posters, greeting cards, DVD, CDs and games.

3. Subscribe to Black Mental Health UK online – the only provider of breaking news on ethnicity and mental health, BMH UK’s website offers timely updates and exclusives on the most pressing issues relat- ing to African Caribbean communities living in the UK. Cost 20.00 for a years subscription Go online to

4. A new range of Afro dolls launched in earlier this year with ‘Naturally Beautiful Hair’ make the perfect gift for any little girl, or grown up because they are just so stylish. These new black dolls send a powerfully positive message to young black girls, about their hair texture and appearance. Go online to Natural Girls and women united and shop at your Prices range from $19.99 (£12.00) to $34.99 (22.61)

5. Reallionaire: Nine Steps to Becoming Rich from the Inside Out by Farrah Gray and Fran Harris Gray. The youngest person to open an office on Wall Street and a millionaire by the time he was 14, Grey shares his wisdom on the practical step it has taken him to go from rags to riches on nothing but his own initiative. Cost 8.99 from

6. The Power List 2011 - compiled by a high-powered panel chaired by the UN Under Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs, Baroness Amos – once again smashes stereotypes by featuring busi- ness leaders, entrepreneurs and people from the arts, media, science and engineering, most of whom the average person in Britain will probably never have heard of, yet all of whom are leaders in their field cost:7.95

7. AfroBabyz - quality urban clothing for babies, toddlers and chil- dren – check it out and have your brood looking like little diva’s for Christmas. Call M: 0757 668 7977 for orders

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8. Dee’s Luxsury Jamaican Rum Cakes - gift boxed Jamaican rum cakes; sold by the slice and also free samples for more information visit. or email: call M: 07824767228

9. Arroco is an online store dedicated to making Afrocentric decoration and gifts mainstream

10. Qemamu mosaics are beautifully crafted African-inspired

mosaics which will enhance your home, office, shop and garden. E: M: 07973 717564




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