‘No Blacks, no Irish, no Dogs’

‘No Blacks, no Irish, no dogs’

Photographer Charlie Phillips remembers arriving in England in 1956. In Notting Hill he faced Oswald Moseley, race riots and curfews – but there was also a white woman who protected him.

The image shows children on Lancaster Road in Notting Hill in 1962. © Charlie Phillips

From ‘Private Passions’ on BBC Radio 3 http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0831bt2
Credit to : Loftus Media

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