The West Indian Gazette: Claudia Jones and the black press in Britain

@article{Hinds2008TheWI,
  title={The West Indian Gazette: Claudia Jones and the black press in Britain},
  author={Donald Hinds},
  journal={Race \& Class},
  year={2008},
  volume={50},
  pages={88 - 97}
}
The West Indian Gazette, edited by Claudia Jones, and on which Donald Hinds was a writer, was one of the most influential pioneers of a genuinely independent black press in Britain. To say that Claudia herself was a communist, feminist and anti-imperialist does not express the dynamism and humanity of her politics, or their innovative nature — including the introduction of the first black carnival in Britain. She, and the Gazette, were immensely important in the creation of the black community… 
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