Person    | Female  Born 7/9/1533  Died 24/3/1603

Queen Elizabeth I

Daughter of King Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn. Born Greenwich Palace. Succeeded her half-sister Queen Mary I. Reigned: 1553 - 1603. Never married, no children, so followed by James I.

Elizabeth I sponsored the slave trading voyages of John Hawkins.

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Queen Elizabeth I

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Elizabeth I statue - Harrow

Harrow School was founded in 1572 under a Royal Charter of Elizabeth I so thi...

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Forest Hill mural

{Panel 1:} A Brief Local History In medieval times this area was known as The...

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Greenwich Palace

The plaque was unveiled to commemorate the 450th anniversary of Queen Elizabe...

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Bill Richmond

Bill Richmond

Boxer. Born a slave in Richmondtown, Staten Island, New York. He become a servant of Hugh Percy, 2nd Duke of Northumberland, a lieutenant-general in the British army, and it is presumed that he bec...

Person, Race Issues, Sport / Games, USA

1 memorial
198 Gallery

198 Gallery

Also known as 198 Contemporary Arts and Learning. An art space and gallery in Railton Road, Brixton that for more than three decades has had a strong commitment to diversity, equality and inclusion...

Group, Art, Community / Clubs, Race Issues

1 memorial
Bank of England

Bank of England

Londonist have an interesting post about animals at the Bank of England. The Guardian, 16 April 2022, reporting on an exhibition at the Bank of England, informed that the Bank once owned 599 slave...

Group, Commerce, Politics & Administration, Race Issues

1 memorial
Marcus Garvey

Marcus Garvey

Pan-African nationalist leader. Born Marcus Mosiah Garvey in St Ann's Bay, Jamaica. He founded the Universal Negro Improvement Association in 1914 to foster worldwide black unity, and moved its hea...

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

4 memorials
Nirmal Roy

Nirmal Roy

Nirmal Chandra Roy first stood as a Labour party candidate in the Adelaide Ward of the London Borough of Camden in the 1978 council elections and came 6th. Four years later in 1982 he stood in the ...

Person, Politics & Administration, Race Issues

1 memorial