The photo accompanying the article on the Stars Campaign for Interracial Friendship (January SR) showing two black men in front of grafitti saying “KBW” was wrongly captioned as being taken in Notting Hill.
In 1955 KBW stood for “Keep Brixton White”, the slogan adopted by the Union Movement in local elections. By 1958 it was being used all over the country as Keep Britain White.
But I digress, the photo was taken circa 1955 in Brixton.
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