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Black Britain: A Photographic History

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Rastafarians Malcolm Willidon and John Mills stand outside the Metro Community Centre, Notting Hill, London, which, as the sign says, is "occupied by the youths until the ILEA Inner London Education Authority meets for talks with us".
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Malcolm Willidon and John Mills (Pic: Getty Images)
Malcolm Willidon and John Mills (Pic: Getty Images)

Rastafarians Malcolm Willidon and John Mills stand outside the Metro Community Centre, Notting Hill, London, which, as the sign says, is “occupied by the youths until the ILEA [Inner London Education Authority] meets for talks with us”.

This photograph, taken in August 1979, appears in Black Britain: A Photographic History, which has just been published by Saqi Books.

The book includes a commentary from Paul Gilroy and a foreword from Stuart Hall. Paul will be speaking about the project at Stratford Library in east London, Thursday 25 October at 7pm.

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