Aspire Black Suffolk is an award-winning, not-for-profit community interest company dedicated to tackling the causes of inequality by creating meaningful and lasting creative and educational solutions.
Our mission is to embrace diversity, equality and inclusion, and seek to challenge inequalities through positive action, focusing on young people.
Through grant-funded cultural education projects, we set out to engage with schools, cultural organisations and employers in fun, informative and creative ways.
We are Black led and take an inclusive approach, weaving in influences from the incredible African diaspora. Join us on our quest for equality, and to contribute to UN Sustainable Development Goal 10: Reducing inequality within and among countries.
We work across all protected characteristics in accordance with the Equality Act 2010.
Image: T'challa costume once word by Chadwick Boseman in Power of Stories at Britten Pears Arts, Suffolk.