West Indian immigrants arrive at Victoria Station, London, after their journey from Southampton Docks. Original Publication: Picture Post - 8405 - Thirty Thousand Colour Problems - pub. 1956
May 27, 1956 License
The 'Empire Windrush' arriving from Jamaica, 1948. A photograph of the 'Empire Windrush' at Tilbury docks, having sailed from Australia via Jamaica, taken by Jones for the Daily Herald newspaper on 21 June, 1948. During the war,...More
October 01, 2011 License
Waiting to disembark from the 'Empire Windrush', 21 June 1948. A photograph of passengers reading a newspaper whilst waiting to disembark from the 'Empire Windrush', having sailed from Jamaica, taken by an unknown photographer for the...More
Excited women wave to friends and supporters during an anti-racism demonstration in Brixton, south London, May 2001.
Civil rights heroine Rosa Parks attends the opening of 'Marching Toward Justice: The History of the 14th Amendment of the US Constitution' ribbon cutting ceremony at the Thurgood Marshall Federal Judiciary Building, in Washington, DC,...More
A young black man arguing with police in riot gear who are guarding the British National Party (BNP) headquarters in south east London, during a demonstration over a racist murder in Eltham, 8th May 1993.
Black, Asian and white demonstrators unite to demonstrate against racism and fascism after recent racist murders and the election of a British National Party (BNP) councillor in east London, March 1993.
Myrlie Evers, widow of slain civil rights leader Medgar Evers, musing over the possiblity of a new trial for his acquitted, accused killer Byron de la Beckwith due to recent new witnesses.
Trinidad-born journalist Cyril Lionel Robert James (1901 ? 1989), 1989.
Locals walk past a building destroyed during the second night of rioting in Brixton, 13th April 1981.