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Nubian Jak Community Trust

Categories: Race Issues

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Nubian Jak Community Trust

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African and Caribbean Armed Forces

Unveiled on Windrush Day. A very simple design, we think the horizontal obeli...

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African National Congress

London Borough of Islington London headquarters of the African National Cong...

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Amy Garvey

Amy lived here for 26 years. Unveiled by Jamaica's High Commissioner to the ...

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Arthur Stanley Wint

Arthur Stanley Wint 1920 - 1992, RAF pilot,doctor & diplomat, gold medal ...

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Bernie Grant

Bernie Grant 1944 - 2000, trade unionist, council leader, member of parliamen...

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Ruth First

Ruth First

South African freedom fighter. Born Johannesburg. Married Slovo in 1949. Killed by a parcel bomb addressed to her in Mozambique where she was living in exile.

Person, Journalism / Publishing, Nationalism, Race Issues, Africa, South Africa

1 memorial
William Smith

William Smith

Born Clapham. Lived at Eagle House on Clapham Common. M.P. Pioneer of religious liberty. Early advocate for the abolition of the slave trade. Grandfather of Florence Nightingale. Died at 5 Blan...

Person, Politics & Administration, Race Issues

1 memorial
Cesar Picton

Cesar Picton

Former slave and businessman. Born in Senegal, (his birth year is approximate). At the age of about six, he was bought and taken to England, where he was presented as a servant to Sir John Phillipp...

Person, Commerce, Race Issues, Africa

1 memorial
David Hartley

David Hartley

Politician and inventor of fireproofing systems. Born in Bath, he moved to London where he met and became close friends with Benjamin Franklin. As an MP, he represented Kingston-upon-Hull and becam...

Person, Engineering, Politics & Administration, Race Issues, USA

2 memorials
Sir Christopher Wren

Sir Christopher Wren

Born East Knoyle, Wiltshire, died London.  Designer of 54 London churches, of which 13 were destroyed in the Blitz. Part of one of his churches, St Antholin, has ended up in an unexpected location...

Person, Architecture, Race Issues, Seriously Famous

38 memorials