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Black Scientists & Inventors
presents
'Fun with Science Workshop Day'




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Following our successful ‘Marcus Mosiah Garvey Fun with Science Workshop Day’ last August 17th we are pleased to announce that we will be running fun with science workshop again during Black History Month half-term.

Join the Black Scientists & InventorsTM team on Thursday 27th October for:

  • A presentation on the 'Eleven Step Guide on How to Create the Successful Black Scientists & Inventors Mind-Set'
  • Science demonstrations and exciting workshops
  • Hand-on lab experiments
  • Coding and building web pages

The great African leader Marcus M. Garvey believed that:
“...in your homes and everywhere possible you must teach the higher development of science to your children; and be sure to develop a race of scientists par excellence.” He said "Intelligence rules the world, ignorance carries the burden...".
It is important that today we start to produce captains of industry.
After all Garvey said "We have a beautiful history, and we will create another in the future, which will astonish the world.”

Join us on the 27th October and together let's create motivated, confident children who'll start seeing themselves as great scientists, inventors and captains of industry. Invested in their future today, by registering here now.

Make sure your children are not wasting their brains away in front of the TV, Play Station or social media during autumn’s half-term.

Invest in your child's education and make sure they do well at school this academic year. Help your child gain confidence and self esteem from seeing people who look like them who have achieved in all areas of STEM and business.

The future will only be bright for those that prepare for it today.

Please note advance registration is essential.

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Please note that We are unable to offer refunds if you want to cancel or unable to attend the workshop.



  
Celebrate the 129th birthday of the Honourable Marcus Mosiah Garvey with'Fun with Science Workshop Day' for children and parents.

Date
: August 17th 2016.

Time: 12pm to 4pm
Venue: Voluntary Action Islington,London, N1 9JP.



This will be a day of fun, education, learning from the work of Marcus Garvey. and being inspired by great Black Scientists & Inventors.
Join the Black Scientists & Inventors team for:
  • A day of exciting workshops,
  • Presentations on Marcus Garvey
  • Science & Business Demonstrations
  • Hands-on lab experiments
  • Financial literacy exercise
Ideal for children from 8 to 18 years and parents.

The great African leader Marcus M. Garvey believed that “...in your homes and everywhere possible you must teach the higher development of science to your children; and be sure to develop a race of scientists par excellence.” He said "Intelligence rules the world, ignorance carries the burden...". It is important that today we start to produce captains of industry. After all "we have a beautiful history, and we will create another in the future, which will astonish the world." Join us on the 17th August and let's create motivated, confident children who'll start seeing themselves as great scientists, inventors and captains of industry. Invested in their future today, by registering here now.

Make sure your children are not wasting their brains away in front of the TV, Play Station or social media this summer holiday

Invest in your child's education and give them that heads-start for the new school term this September.

Help your child gain confidence and self esteem from seeing people who look like them who have achieved in all areas of STEM and business.

The future will only be bright for those that 
prepare for it today!!!
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Please note: children under 16 years old must be 
accompanied by at least one adult.

Also note tickets are neither refundable or transferable.


NEWS FLASH!...
..the BLACK SCIENTISTS & INVENTORS BOOK 6
 - Has Landed!

Join BIS Publications and the Black Scientists & Inventors' team on July 16th, 2.30pm to 4.30pm for a book launch, workshop and presentation on those behind Telecommunications and much more -- the 'UNTOLD STORY' at the CLR James Library.




BLACK SCIENTISTS & INVENTORS BOOK 6 

This book has been designed for children aged 7 to 16 years old. It is sure to blow the mind of the reader, as it provides little known amazing facts about the black contribution to science, technology, engineering, math and invention (STEMi) . Through the pages of this title it will enlighten the reader to the other side of the story, that is the half that's 'UNTOLD'. Examples are that of those who have contributed to telecommunications, medicine and astrophysics to mention a few. These untold stories which mainstream school books have totally left out, has now been addressed in this title.




Black Scientists & Inventors, TPODA & BIS Publications 

Presents:










Black Scientists & Inventors, TPODA & BIS Publications 

Presents:



Venue: Conway Hall | Bertrand Russell Room| 25 Red Lion Square | London WC1R 4RL
Date: Wednesday 25th November 2015
Time: 6.30 to 8.30pm





Success Runs in Our Race! 
The contributions of Black Women Scientists and Inventors


Venue: City Hall, London SE1 2AA.
Date: Monday 24th September 2015
Time: 6.30 to 8.30pm


Black Scientists & Inventors, The Power of Definition Arts and BIS Publications 
Invite you to:

Join us at City Hall on the birthday of this exceptional human being, where we will focus on Garvey's work and his influence on black entrepreneurs, educators and scientists and inventors. Register Now before all spaces go.

Venue: City Hall
Date: Monday 17th August 2015
Time: 6.30 to 8.30pm


Book Launch Family Fun day!
Meet Alexander Miles the Inventor of the automatic elevator door and John Lee love the inventor of the rotary pencil sharpener. Both taken from "The One Thing About History Series is...." Join Natasha John Baptiste author of these wonderful BIS Publication titles at her book signing on Saturday 4th July. Also it will be a pack day of great edu-tainment, plus both inventors Miles and Love will be making a special appearance. This is the only place the family need to be on this day to learn about 2 great Black Inventors.

Date: Saturday 4th July
Time: 2pm to 5pm
Venue: The Edge, Woodberry Grove, N4 1SN
Closest Tube Stations: Finsbury Park & Manor House.




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 !!!

This is a must attend event for both children and adults.


Manyonyi Amalemba speaking about last years book Launch of the ground-breaking book "Black Scientists & Inventors in the UK: Millenniums of Inventions & Innovations".



Well, Did You Know?
This event is part supported by BIS Publications and the 
British Science Association in line with National Science Week.





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.

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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).

Learn about the black:
  • Inventors of civilization
  • The real fathers of mathematics, chemistry, physics and biology
  • Some of the first (Ancient) Britons
  • Builders of some of Britain’s oldest relics
  • Enslaved African Inventors
  • Understand the relationship between the Transatlantic Enslavement Trade, Britain’s wealth and some 1700s -1900s British inventors.
  • Inventor of the first needle used in England
  • The first black woman (in modern times) in Britain to perform Hip & Knee Replacements
  • Inventor of fire escape ladders
  • Inventor of High Temperature Super Conductor technologies
  • Inventors of health products that treat HIV/AIDs, asthma and some forms of cancers.
  • Medical doctors who also won Olympic Gold medals.
  • Scientists who also served Britain in her wars which include both the First and Second World Wars
  • Plus much, much, much more.

In this new book the authors don’t hold back on the information they have found, they shine a bright light on recently hidden knowledge. After reading this book you will never look at science in the say way again, 380 pages of pure knowledge.


The Book Launch
"Black Scientists & Inventors In The UK: Millenniums of Inventions & Innovations [Book 5] " is an ideal book for older children and adults.  Join BIS Publications and special guests black scientists & inventors at City Hall, London, on 26th November 2014 for the presentation and launch of this ground-breaking book.  Please note that there are just a limited number of spaces left and a limited number of books available. Make sure you secure your copy by pre-ordering today. £14.99 before 25th November, Then after: £18.99.

To register and purchase this ground-breaking book Click Here!

Wednesday, 26 November 2014 from 18:30 to 21:00  
City Hall The Queen's Walk SE1 2AA London United Kingdom

“There is no Force like Success, and that is why the individual [Successful person] makes all efforts to surround himself throughout life with the evidence of it; as of the individual, so should it be of the nation.”- The Most Honorable Marcus Garvey    
Contact: info@bispublications.com