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Marsha A. Hunt Vocalist, Model, Artist, Novelist, Actress

Marsha Hunt photographed by Peccinotti for 1968 December issue of British Vogue.

'Growing up Black': the photographs of Dennis Morris - Telegraph

'Growing up Black': the photographs of Dennis Morris

Dennis Morris's photographs of east London's immigrant Caribbean community in the

Louise Powell began her career in retail at House of Fraser in 2001 and ended managing the Womenswear International Designer Collections Department at Harrods turning over £100m annually and managing 200 staff members.  Louise is now the co-founder and CEO of LK Resourcing Ltd, a management consultancy specialising in employee development, recruitment and business strategy.

Louise Powell began her career in retail at House of Fraser in 2001 and ended managing the Womenswear International Designer Collections Department at Harrods turning over £100m annually and managing 200 staff members. Louise is now the co-founder and CEO of LK Resourcing Ltd, a management consultancy specialising in employee development, recruitment and business strategy.

© Shemelis Desta / Autograph ABP, 1986-1992, Studio Four D Portrait, Hackney --- “Where is the camera?” #lol #funny #colorphotography #studiophotography #kids #children #humor

© Shemelis Desta / Autograph ABP, Studio Four D Portrait, Hackney --- “Where is the camera?

These west African women are shopping for fruit and vegetables in a Brixton market stall

A look back into the Londonas the sixties began to swing

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Marsha Hunt photographed by Peccinotti for the 1968 December edition of British Vogue

Dr. Beryl Agatha Gilroy (née Answick) was a novelist and teacher, and “one of Britain’s most significant post-war Caribbean migrants”. Born on August  30th, 1924 in Guyana (then British Guiana), she moved in the 1950s to the United Kingdom, where she beca

Women in History: Beryl Agatha Gilroy (née Answick): Novelist, Teacher & First Black Headteacher in London

Novelist, poet and esteemed headteacher Beryl Gilroy passed away in April But her pioneering story, her numerous novels and children’s books, and her legacy as one of Britain’s first Black headteachers live on.

Winifred has her hair straightened out at her salon in Brixton, 1957.

“Winifred Atwell in her hair-dressing salon situated just off the Railton Road in Brixton, April

Sharp, funny and entertaining; Angie Le Mar is one of Britain’s top comediennes, actor, writer, director, presenter and producer.

Sharp, funny and entertaining; Angie Le Mar is one of Britain’s top comediennes, actor, writer, director, presenter and producer.

Dorothy Dandridge

Dorothy Dandridge

Mrs Louise Pusey and Mrs Violet Johnston waiting for friends to collect them at Waterloo Station, London, taken by Lauder for the Daily Herald newspaper on 22 September, 1954. The two Jamaican women came to England as their husbands were out of work in Kingston,

Waterloo Station, London, taken by Lauder for the Daily Herald newspaper on 22 September, The two Jamaican women came to England as their husbands were out of work in Kingston.

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