Tony Douglas, Russell Pierre, Leila Hassan and Barbara Bees

Caption: Tony Douglas (deputy editor) and Russell Pierre (editor) of the West Indian World, the first national black newspaper in the UK. They are interviewing journalist Leila Howe Hassan (left), member of the Black Unity, Freedom Party and editor of Race Today newspaper. She sits opposite her colleague Barbara Beese (right), who was one of the Mangrove Nine and member of the British Black Panthers. Islington, c.1974

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Tony Douglas, Russell Pierre, Leila Hassan and Barbara Bees: Caption: Tony Douglas (deputy editor) and Russell Pierre (editor) of the
West Indian World, the first national black newspaper in the
UK. They are interviewing journalist Leila Howe Hassan (left),
member of the Black Unity, Freedom Party and editor of Race
Today newspaper. She sits opposite her colleague Barbara
Beese (right), who was one of the Mangrove Nine and
member of the British Black Panthers.
Islington, c.1974