Taking Brixton's Black Cultural Archives to the City

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Taking Brixton's Black Cultural Archives to the City

A new initiative shining a spotlight on the lack of racial diversity in the city has been launched in the capital. The Black Cultural Archives (BCA) hosted an event last night bringing together Labour MP Chuka Umunna with Imran Khan, the solicitor who represented Stephen Lawrence's family, along with dozens of London's influential business figures, in the hope of taking the expertise of the Brixton-based cultural centre into the city. Miranda Brawn, vice-chair of the BCA joined us earlier...


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