The Black Achievers Award was founded by Real Talk TV supporter Merlita Bryan.
Welcome to REAL TALK TV
How REAL TALK TV was born…
Roger Henry was invited as a keynote speaker to the historical gathering of Black Lives Matter in Nottingham July 7th 2020 following on from the death of George Floyd. In front of a multi cultural audience of just under 5000 people with many young white faces in the crowd, Roger was inspired to find a way of continuing the much needed changes to systemic racism and from that, REAL TALK TV was born. Roger saw the event as an opportunity and a platform to make a significant impact on the required social changes towards racism, promoting change, equality and inclusion, landmarking that day as the perfect ‘Time for Change’.
Through detailed discussions, planning and a great team of passionate like minded people REAL TALK TV has now been realised and is there to amplify the voices of our community. UITC was set up as a consultancy practice to help promote and lead REAL TALK TV.
We hope you share our vision and use this platform of looking at political issues, education, employment, business and a way to educate communities and organisations.
It’s an Inside Job
To preserve and protect the health of people in particular but not exclusively from Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) and low-income communities living with or affected by cancer.
Chayah Development Project Ltd is a Charity organisation in Nottingham which aims to empower and energise our community.
Daniel Henry has been a Community Coach at the Derby County Community Trust since 2013.
Evolve is a not-for-profit community interest company which facilitates responsive projects.
1 in 4 black men and 1 in 8 white men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer at some point in their lives.
Helping Kids Achieve is about empowering young people, especially those aged between five and 17.
HQ CAN Community Interest Company is an award-winning social enterprise based in Leicester City Centre. We provide mentoring, creative workshops, and access to professional recording environments for young people experiencing unemployment and ill mental health.
JD is a Hip Hop artist and activist based in Nottingham, originally from Derby, involved in the BLM Movement.
The Nottinghamshire Police and Crime Commissioner is an elected official tasked with setting out the way crime is tackled by Nottinghamshire Police.
Link3 Recruitment is an award-winning recruitment and training agency which operates across the East Midlands within the education sector.
The National Justice Museum is a registered charity operating two national visitor attractions in Nottingham.
At Nottingham College we embrace and celebrate all our students, where they come from and what they stand for.
Established in 1875, Nottingham Community and Voluntary Service (NCVS) aims to improve the quality of people's lives in Nottingham.
Mosaic’s secondary school mentoring programme provides a package of opportunities to raise the aspirations of young people.
The Prince's Trust works with thousands of young people across Central England each year.
The University of Nottingham is committed to supporting Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI).
Unit03Music provides music workshops, education, training and recording facilities to anyone who has a keen interest in music.