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Windrush UK Sound Systems Link-Up
On Friday 30th October 2020, 7-10pm ACAP is hosting a spectacular event that celebrates and commemorates those sound systems of years gone by.
Sound systems were a staple feature in the African Caribbean community with multiple ‘Sound Systems’ in each town and city. Through our UK Link-Up sessions, it is hoped that we will help to bring multiple communities together using music as a catalyst. To join our live event, view directly on our Facebook page here. You can also watch live on YouTube (link to follow shortly. With interviews, great music and debate, we look forward to seeing you there, make sure you bring your good shoes because it is going to be a complete steppas experience.
ACAP Windrush Achievement Awards 2020 Winners Announced!
On 24th October 2020 we held our first online awards ceremony celebrating outstanding achievements in the Charity, Voluntary and Business sectors of the African Caribbean community.
This event was ACAP’s way of acknowledging the good work happening in the African Caribbean community’s of Bradford, Leeds & Huddersfield (and surrounding areas). Details of all winners will be here soon so check back often.
The event was a complete success with a total of 14 awards being given out on the night. With a packed zoom room, record numbers on Facebook and YouTube viewers, it was an interactive event that really celebrated some amazing people from West Yorkshire.
Pictured are members from Jamaica Society which won the coveted Charity of the Year award for outstanding work in Leeds and their dedication to uplifting the African Caribbean community. They are very deserving winners.
Who We Are
The African Caribbean Achievement Project (ACAP) was set up in 1995 to promote and raise the educational development of people of African & Caribbean descent.
We are a volunteer led service and provide mentoring and educational support services to young people. We also provide advocacy and support services to parents as well as a range of other activities
Over the years the service has developed to include young people from all sections of the community and not just African and Caribbean young people. Our service is inclusive and we assist all young people to realise their full potential in all areas of their lives. Browse our website and contact us if you require any further information.
African Caribbean Achievement Project
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Established in 1995, ACAP exists to advance the educational welfare and outcomes for disadvantaged people in West Yorkshire.