The event was to raise funds to build UK’s first national home to Black culture and heritage, the £6.5M Black Heritage Center in Brixton. A further £2.3M is needed to make this dream a reality and the community fundraising event kicked off on the 29th of March, 2009 at the O2 Academy Brixton.
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To help bring the community together, the showcase was graced by the presence of comedienne Gina Yashere, Yolanda Brown (MOBO Award Winner), Kele le Roc, Ashley Walters aka Asher D (rapper/actor), Status Dance Group, Richard Blackwood, Omar and more. The hosts for the evening were Felicity Ethnic and Diahanne Rhiney.