The Mr. & Miss Black Beauty Universal Pageants, hosted the first Mr. & Miss Black Beauty UK 2014 at Walthamstow Assembly Hall on the 28th March 2014.
Mr. Tashian Shaw who represented St.Kitts & Nevis and Ms. Tameka Saul who represented Guyana were the proud winners of the first Educational Scholarship Pageant in the UK that focus on the ethnic minority.
Mr. Black Beauty UK 2014 Tashian Shaw and Miss Black Beauty UK 2014 Tameka Saul both collected their scholarships at Christ College London, 12‐14 Wellington Street, Woolwich, London SE18 6PE on the 12th April 2014. Rector of Christ College London Dr. Olanrewaju presented both winners with their £6,000 scholarships with Mr. & Miss Black
Beauty Universal Pageants founder Alicia Martina Hixon looking on.
It is the mission of Mr. & Miss Black Beauty UK Pageant to bridge the gap; by creating positive awareness through our annually beauty contest and to promote educational opportunities to young black men & women and develop leadership amongst them in the United Kingdom.
Mr. & Miss Black Beauty UK Pageant was created to honour black beauty, to raise awareness for the minority cultural heritage, and Community significance. In the United Kingdom, young black men and women have always remained an epitome of beauty; they symbolize beauty, brain and elegance, which is why we have package a beauty contest that will acknowledge and award intelligence, strength, confidence and inner‐beauty. We seek to showcase talents and promote cultural, social, and leadership status by providing a forum for today’s Black Men & Women to express her viewpoints, talents and accomplishments to the world. Through our Annual beauty Pageant our award winning charity Mr. & Miss Black Beauty Foundation will continue to assist children in Africa & the Caribbean from a background of extreme poverty with their Education with the funds we raise during the night.