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I produce personal development books, ebooks, CDs, workshops and websites. I am keen to promote Black-owned businesses and health and community projects, and Black artists.

My work focuses on the healing of humanity and our planet, with a particular focus on the healing of the people of the African continent and Diaspora. Individual and collective healing. Physical, mental and emotional healing. Healing our families and our communities.

To this aim, I have written several books including Black Success Stories and Success Strategies for Black People, and I edit the More Black Success free ebooks.

I also lead workshops to support the healing of our communities, the healing of our history, the healing of the legacy of enslavement and the Maafa.

To do this work, I draw on ancient traditions as well as modern methods.

By healing our past, we can move forward into the future we deserve.

Zhana's Blog

Breast Cancer + Black History

Posted on May 28, 2010 at 12:33 0 Comments

There is an event entitled Breast Cancer and Women of African Descent tomorrow, Saturday 29th May, in South London. Click here for more details.

This event is being held by London Black History Walks.

The next event, Black History Heroes 1596-2006, is Sunday, 30th May at the Imperial… Continue

Why We Need to Heal

Posted on March 1, 2010 at 0:30 0 Comments

I was recently asked why people of African heritage need to heal.

Why do we need to heal and transform ourselves, our families, our communities

and our world?

I thought the answer was obvious, but if it's not, here are some of the many,

many reasons why we need to heal.

Physical health problems, mental health problems, the miseducation of our

children and much more.…


Grassroots Organising for Haiti

Posted on January 30, 2010 at 12:48 0 Comments

You may have heard that a teenage girl was rescued from the rubble in Haiti two weeks after the earthquake. This just goes to show that miracles can happen.

Click here for Black-led initiatives and more information about how to help the people of Haiti.

For more about how we can help, see… Continue

What Is Your Vision for 2010?

Posted on January 4, 2010 at 9:00 0 Comments

Happy New Year, everyone!

Check out my blog:
What is your vision for 2010?

Wishing you all the best for the coming year.

Happy Kwanzaa!

Posted on December 26, 2009 at 9:30 0 Comments

As I am sure you know, Kwanzaa helps us to build our self-esteem and confidence through connecting with our African traditional values. Click here to read my article about Kwanzaa. You can get lots of gifts including books about Black history, Kwanzaa and more there too.

Today is the first day of Kwanzaa. I now have details of lots of Kwanzaas in the UK… Continue

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At 17:41 on October 6, 2008, Paulette West MBE BUC Ambassador said…
Hi Zhana,
Welcome to BUC, I am very happy to have your presence on this site. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to speak on your on your radio show, I really enjoyed sharing my knowledge.
Please feel free to upload images, blogs, photos, create discussions .... you know how it goes. I will add you as one of our featured members.
Look forward to your input.
Have a great day and stay connected.
God bless

Blog Posts

Activity in 2018/2019

Posted by Dianne Greyson on July 3, 2019 at 13:00 0 Comments

I have been busy this year.  Hear are some of the things I have been unto;




Abuse in odd-lots trade

Posted by Carl Tatham on April 26, 2019 at 11:08 0 Comments

For this purpose, my article of choice revolves around the New York Stock Exchange that has been seeking to set equal opportunities for small investors who in most instances don’t get the best of benefit out trading small lots (0-99 shares) like investors trading one (100 shares) or more lots. As per the article, “the exchange has an odd lot system to ensure that small trades, which is priced separately from larger orders, do not get left behind by the “block” trades sent to the big board by…



Posted by Dianne Greyson on April 3, 2019 at 10:00 0 Comments

I am very pleased to share that I have been nominated for the prestigious Wintrade Awards the category is Women Trailblazers.  I would appreciate your vote to further highlight the #EthnicityPayGap movement which I founded last year.  please see below the link to cast your vote.  Each vote given will move us closer to putting a spotlight on this issue that I believe the media pays no attention to.…


Inspirational Speakers Event

Posted by Dianne Greyson on February 7, 2019 at 13:09 0 Comments

I will be speaking at the Inspirational Speakers Event at South Thames College Arena on Thursday 7th March.  Do join us for inspirational discussion and networking.…



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