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Introduction - Hakim Adi 1. ‘Blackamoores’ Have their Own Names in Early Modern England - Onyeka Nubia. 2. Between Colony and Metropole: Empire, Race and Power in Eighteenth-Century Britain - Molly Corlett. 3. ‘Race', Rank, and the Politics of Inter-war Commemoration of African and Caribbean Servicemen in Britain - John Siblon 4. ‘You ask for bread, they give you hot lead’: When Caribbean Radicals Protested Conscription for Colonial Subjects - Kesewa John. 5. Before Notting Hill: The Causeway Green ‘Riots’ of 1949 - Kevin Searle. 6. History Beyond Borders: Teaching Black Britain and Reimagining Black Liberation - Kennetta Perry. 7. ‘The Spirit of Bandung’ in 1970s Britain: The Black Liberation Front’s Revolutionary Transnationalism - W. Chris Johnson 8. The Evolution of Ideas and Practices Amongst African-centred Organisations in the UK 1975-2015 - Claudius Adisa Steven. 9. The New Cross Fire 1981 and its Aftermath - Carol Pierre. 10. The Long Road of Pan-African Liberation to Reparatory Justice - Esther Stanford-Xosei. 11. Quest for a Cohesive Diaspora African Community: Reliving Historic Experiences by Black Zimbabweans in Britain - Christopher Roy Zembe
Includes bibliographical references.
Includes bibliography and index.