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Nubian Jak Community Trust

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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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Other Subjects

Trevor Huddleston

Trevor Huddleston

Bishop and archbishop. Born Ernest Urban Trevor Huddleston in Bedford. Ordained in 1937, he became the Bishop of Masai, Tanzania, then the Bishop of Stepney, London, and eventually the second Archb...

Media, Race Issues, Religion, South Africa

1 memorial
Ignatius Sancho

Ignatius Sancho

Writer, shopkeeper and socialite. Born on a slave ship bound for the West Indies (his birth year is approximate). His first name was Charles, but he was baptised Ignatius. His mother died soon afte...

Person, Commerce, Literature, Race Issues

2 memorials
Notting Hill Carnival

Notting Hill Carnival

It seems that the roots of the Notting Hill Carnival are in dispute since both Claudia Jones and Rhaune Laslett-O'Brien have a claim to be the originator. Claudia organised the first indoor event a...

Event, Community / Clubs, Race Issues, Tourism / Traditions, Caribbean Islands

5 memorials
International Reggae Day

International Reggae Day

From Caribbean National Weekly: "Reggae fans across the globe celebrate the rich legacy of reggae music today, July 1, as International Reggae Day (IRD). Honoring the genre’s rich history while cel...

Event, Music / songs, Race Issues

1 memorial
Iolo Morganwg

Iolo Morganwg

Born Edward Williams in Glamorgan. Founder member of the Unitarian movement in Wales, an anti-slavery campaigner, and political radical who called himself "The Bard of Liberty". As a stonemason he ...

Person, Poetry, Race Issues, Wales

1 memorial