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Jessica Huntley and Angela Davis at the Keskidee Centre, London, (c.1975). Courtesy of Michael McMillan/Huntley Archives at London Metropolitan Archives

The Black-owned publishing houses that shaped the Windrush generation

Community-produced newsletters informed newcomers of the local shops, clubs and bars that were most welcoming to Caribbean migrants.
Zadie Smith’s debut White Teeth was part of a wave of interest in “multicultural writing” in the early 2000s. ROLF VENNENBERND/EPA

The rise and fall of Black British writing

Interest in Black British writing has grown and shrunk since the late 1940s. Is the current wave going to crash like those before it?

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