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Thumbnail In 1919 race riots broke out in sea ports across the UK, fueled by competition for jobs and casual racism that was inflamed by the press, politicians and union leaders.  Glasgow was the first to witness anti-black violence in January, followed by South Shields in February, with serious levels of...
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Plaque to Charles Wotten Unveiled
Tuesday, 28 February 2017
Thumbnail Members of Liverpool’s diverse communities came together to unveil a plaque in commemoration of Charles Wotten, a 24-year-old seafarer who was murdered by an angry white mob during the race riots of 1991. The plaque was the idea of Historian and Broadcaster David Olusoga who travelled to various...
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