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JOHN LA ROSE READING, TATE LIBRARY, BRIXTON

A reading of Caribbean poetry for Black Writers' Week in the Tate Library, Brixton, by John La Rose (1927-2006). La Rose was a writer, poet, publisher and political activist born in Trinidad. He came to London in 1961 and was co-founder of Black Parents Movement and began New Beacon Books, the first specialist Caribbean publisher.From Public Relations PhotographsRef: 2005/1/3 PR Photos

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Collection:Public Relations Photographs
Image type:Photograph
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Ref:12967
Original ref:2005/1/3 PR Photos
Date:c.1975

1976 to dateBRIXTON CENTRALLIBRARIESOPEN SPACESPeoplePhotographPublic Relations Photographs

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