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Because We Are All African By Descent...

Birthmark of Africa

Birthmark of Africa® is a UK human rights and climate change research institute. We believe all human beings deserve to be treated equally

and fairly as we are all the same. 


Our research has found that people of African descent who can be physically, culturally and verbally identified as such, are treated unfairly and discriminated against simply because of the colour of their skin. We must all stand up to injustice and make a change.


Science tells us that we are all originally of African descent and therefore bear this great 'Birthmark of Africa.' 

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Ongoing Projects: The Ongoing Legacy of the Transatlantic Slave Trade in Britain 

Be a part of our ongoing project in conjunction with the University of West London. Called 'The Ongoing Legacy of the Transatlantic Slave Trade in Britain ,' this project will explore how the legacy of the transatlantic slave trade and colonialism could be remedied. We want to hear from you regarding the following:-

1. Is there an ongoing legacy of the Transatlantic Slave Trade in Britain?

2. Should reparations be paid to the descendants of enslaved Africans?


3. Should reparations be monetary or non-monetary?

Answer our questionnaire and we will keep you updated with the results!







*Black people in UK are three times as likely to experience homelessness. 









(*Statutory Homelessness Annual Report 2019-2020, England)


*On average, in the UK, Black workers with degrees earn 23.1% less than White workers.






(*Equality & Human Rights Commission 2016)


*Black people are nine times more likely to face stop and search than White people in the UK.




(*Home Office Statistical - March 2020)


*In the UK, Black women are four times more likely to die in pregnancy 

than White women.


(* MBRRACE-UK Report, 2020)

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Have you faced racism as a Black person living in Britain?


Are you a victim of the Windrush Scandal? Have you experienced work place bullying or been a victim of hate crime? Have you faced excessive stop and search by the Police? Are you facing homelessness? Have you ever faced unlawful deportation? Have you been excluded from school because of your hair style? Never faced racism and don't get what all the fuss is about?


Our passionate researchers would like to hear your opinions and life experiences to enable us to produce vital reports that will truly reflect British society. 

You can help us now by filling in our short questionnaire. 


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