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The Black Cultural Archives (BCA) was established in 1981 by a group of educationalists, writers and other interested individuals who were concerned about the paucity of historical documentation and social data on black experiences in Britain. The BCA was thus set up to collect, document, preserve and disseminate materials concerning the history and culture of black people in Britain, and to make these resources available and accessible nationally and internationally. Through a major programme of outreach and education, cataloguing, research and exhibitions relating to the long-established black diaspora presence the BCA ultimately hopes to establish the first national museum of black history in Britain.
For more information and access to Black Cultural Archives, see their website at www.aambh.org.uk/ .
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