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Billy Strachan 1921-1998: Portrait of a Political Life Dedicated to Colonial Freedom

Billy Strachan 1921-1998 was a World War 2 R.A.F. hero, a Civil Rights pioneer and leader, a life long Communist, a prominent law officer, and a gifted writer . He was leader of Caribbean Labour Congress (London branch), an anti-racist and anti -fascist fighter, an indomitable campaigner against colonialism and a mentor to many who met him.

Wednesday, 15 January 2020 - 7:00pm
37a Clerkenwell Green, Marx Memorial Library & Workers School, London, EC1R 0DU
Email: m.jump@marx-memorial-library.org.uk

 Speakers Winston Pinder, veteran Caribbean activist and close comrade of Billy Strachan, Chris Strachan, his eldest son, and David Horsley author of 'Billy Strachan Above All Caribbean Man' explore the extraordinary life of Billy Strachan.


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