With many thanks for contributing information to Ben Mussanzi wa Mussangu, Carol Peltier, Charles Dacres, Corine Campbell, Dr. John Samuel, George Bailey, Gordon McLennon, Heather Esiri, Jerry Crawford, Peter Tate, Nigel Guy and Trish Cooke.
With grateful thanks to Josie Stevens, Heritage Learning Manager, Hackney Museums for the idea and advice, to Bob Naylor for research on the Jubilee Fisk Singers, to Grace Flerin for her writing and research, Tabatha Maud for research on Henry Box Brown and John Sella Martin, Bradford Museums and Libraries staff, John Ashton of the Bradford Museum Photo Archive and finally David Olusuga for all his inspirational work in this area.
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