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100 GREAT BLACK BRITONS - THE BOOK

100 Great Black Britons - The Book A long-overdue book, 100 Great Black Britons honours the remarkable achievements of key Black British individuals over history, in collaboration with the 100 Great Black Britons campaign founded and run by Patrick Vernon OBE and Dr Angelina Osborne. With a foreword written by David Olusoga, this book includes a list ocenter">100 Great Black Britons - Alphabetical Listing: 2020

The cast of 100 Great Black Britons
  
- Diane Abbott  
- Victor Adebowale, Baron Adebowale CBE  
- Adedoyin Olayiwola Adepitan MBE  
- Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock MBE  
- Professor Hakim Adi  
- Sir David Adjaye OBE, RA and Elsie Owusu OBE, RIBA  
- Akala  
- John Akomfrah CBE  
- Ira Aldridge  
- Valerie Amos, Baroness Amos CH  
- Kehinde Andrews  
- Professor Dame Elizabeth Anionwu DBE  
- Dr Elaine Arnold  
- Amma Asante MBE  
- Winifred Atwell  
- Dame Jocelyn Barrow DBE  
- Lance Sergeant Johnson Beharry VC, COG  
- Dame Floella Benjamin of Beckenham DBE, DL  
- Munroe Bergdorf
- Jak Beula Dodd  
- Karen Blackett OBE  
- Malorie Blackman OBE  
- Dennis Bovell  
- Sonia Boyce OBE, RA  
- Dr Aggrey Burke  
- Vanley Burke  
- Margaret Busby OBE, FRSL  
- Dawn Butler  
- Earl Cameron CBE  
- Betty Campbell MBE  
- Naomi Campbell  
- Queen Charlotte  
- Edric Connor  
- Lloyd Coxsone  
- William Cuffay  
- Quobna Ottobah Cugoano  
- Dame Linda Dobbs DBE  
- John Edmonstone  
- Idris Elba OBE  
- Edward Enninful OBE  
- Olaudah Equiano  
- Bernardine Evaristo MBE, FRSL  
- Sir Mohamed Muktar Jama Farah CBE  
- Lenford Kwesi Garrison  
- George the Poet
- Paul Gilroes  
- Sheku Kanneh-Mason MBE  
- Jackie Kay CBE  
- Sam King MBE  
- Kwame Kwei-Armah OBE  
- John La Rose  
- David Lammy  
- Marai Larasi MBE  
- Doreen Lawrence, Baroness Lawrence of Clarendon OBE  
- Andrea Levy  
- Sir Steven McQueen CBE  
- Dr Harold Moody  
- Olive Morris  
- Bill Richmond and Thomas Molyneux  
- Marcia Rigg  
- Ignatius Sancho  
- Stafford Scott  
- Mary Seacole 
- Menelik Shabazz  
- Yinka Shonibare CBE, RA  
- Paul Stephenson OBE  
- Stormzy  
- Robert Wedderburn and William Davidson  
- Dame Sharon White DBE  
- Henry Sylvester Williams  
- Allan Wilmot

“100 Great Black Britons is a great way to celebrate our rich and diverse shared history. The competition is an exciting approach to help build ideas and resources to support schools. We will also launch the 100 Great Black Britons board game for schools and families in conjunction with the book launch in October.” Melvin Bell, Director Focus Games

“It is great after 16 years we are relaunching 100 Great Black Britons nomination process and producing a publication to support the campaign celebrating a thousand years of Black British history and achievement. It is even more crucial that our history is seen as part of the national narrative, especially in the context of Brexit, as British identity is going through change and we have a legitimate right and voice in the shaping of this economic, social and political transformation which will have an impact on future generations. By learning about our shared history and the impact of Black British history and successes, I hope we will no longer be marginalised or erased out of public consciousness for the next generation.” Patrick Vernon OBE Founder of 100 Great Black Britons