Almost there on this search – a few more names to go – let me know if you have not already sent images – thanks!
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|Fanny Eaton||1835-1925||Model and muse to pre Raphaelite artists, whose paintings challenged the London art scene’s perception of beauty.|
|Alice Kinloch||1852-1915||Unified voices of the Black community and founded the African Association.|
|Olive Morris||1952-1979||Activist, feminist, Black nationalist and squatters’ rights campaigner.|
|Lilian Bader||1918-2015||One of the most influential Black women in WW2.|
|J.S. Celestine Edwards||1858-1894||First known Black British editor and founder of the anti-racist magazine, Fraternity.|
|HUBERT ‘BARON’ BAKER||1925-1996||Known as “The man who discovered Brixton” due to his role in assisting many Caribbean settlers in the area.|
|Ken ‘Snakehips’ Johnson||1914-1941||Kept the British public entertained during WW2 and died while performing on stage during the Blitz.|
|William Brown||1815||Became the first woman to serve in the Royal Navy when she disguised herself as a man. Her true identity is unknown.|
|KATHLEEN WRASAMA||1917-unknown||Race relations pioneer whose organisation helped with education and housing for Black Britons after WW2.|
|George Bridgetower||1778-1860||Virtuoso Violinist, who performed alongside Beethoven and was employed by King George IV to play in his orchestra.|
|Val Mccalla||1943-2002||A voice for the British African-Caribbean community and founder of The Voice newspaper.|
|Ethel Scott||1907-1984||First Black woman to represent Great Britain in international athletics and held a sprint time equal to the British record holder.|
|Frank Arthur Bailey||1925-2015||First Black fireman in Britain, who dedicated his life to youth and social work.|
|Lincoln ‘Len’ Dyke||1926-2006||Helped establish Britain’s first credit union and pioneered Britain’s Black hair care and beauty industry.|
|Sarah Baartman||1789-1815||Victim of commodification in 19th-century Europe due to objectification of her buttocks, leading to future corset designs accentuating the buttocks.|
|Lapido Solanke||1886-1958||Challenged the Western perceptions of Nigeria and brought attention to the language of Yoruba and Nigerian culture.|
|Amy Jaques Garvey||1895-1973||Journalism and publishing pioneer. Forward thinking political figure, who convinced U.N. representatives to adopt the African Freedom Charter.|
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