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Ellen Craft and William Craft Mug

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Ellen Craft (1826 - 1891) and William Craft (1824 - 1900) The Crafts escaped from slavery in Georgia in 1848. The light-skinned Ellen posed as a white male planter with her husband William as her slave, as they travelled by train and steamship to the North. In 1850, Bristol Unitarian...


Ellen Craft and William Craft Print

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Ellen Craft (1826 - 1891) and William Craft (1824 - 1900) A3 Print The Crafts escaped from slavery in Georgia in 1848. The light-skinned Ellen posed as a white male planter with her husband William as her slave, as they travelled by train and steamship to the North. In 1850,...


Princess Campbell Mug

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Princess Eldoris Campbell (1939 - 2015) Arriving from Jamaica in 1962, Princess Campbell successfully challenged the discrimination she encountered as a nurse to become Bristol’s first Black Ward Sister at Glenside Hospital. Princess helped to pioneer multi-cultural sheltered housing for the elderly in the 1980s. She continued as a community...


Princess Campbell Print

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Princess Eldoris Campbell (1939 - 2015) A3 Print Arriving from Jamaica in 1962, Princess Campbell successfully challenged the discrimination she encountered as a nurse to become Bristol’s first Black Ward Sister at Glenside Hospital. Princess helped to pioneer multi-cultural sheltered housing for the elderly in the 1980s. She continued as...


Batook Pandya Print

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Batook Pandya MBE (1945 - 2014) A3 Print At 17, Batook Pandya came to Britain, nearly a decade before other East African Asians arrived as refugees. A British Aerospace engineer who worked on Concorde, he left engineering in 1991 to become Director of SARI (‘Stand Against Racism and Inequality’) where...


Ada Vachell Mug

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Ada Vachell (1866 – 1923) Suffragist, ‘spinster’ and ardent Christian, Vachell was the first to set up a social centre for Bristol’s destitute disabled children in 1905. Its name ‘Guild of the Poor Brave Things’ (later ‘Guild of the Handicapped’) may now jar, but Vachell was visionary in choosing to...


Ada Vachell Print

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Ada Vachell (1866 – 1923) A3 Print Suffragist, ‘spinster’ and ardent Christian, Vachell was the first to set up a social centre for Bristol’s destitute disabled children in 1905. Its name ‘Guild of the Poor Brave Things’ (later ‘Guild of the Handicapped’) may now jar, but Vachell was visionary in...


Mary Carpenter Mug

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Mary Carpenter (1807 - 1877) A champion of destitute children, committed Unitarian, and a leading light of the ‘ragged school movement’ in Bristol, Carpenter campaigned tirelessly for the more humane treatment of young offenders and child workers. She hosted African-American anti-slavery activists in Bristol from the 1840s and, inspired by...


Mary Carpenter Print

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Mary Carpenter (1807 - 1877) A3 Print A champion of destitute children, committed Unitarian, and a leading light of the ‘ragged school movement’ in Bristol, Carpenter campaigned tirelessly for the more humane treatment of young offenders and child workers. She hosted African-American anti-slavery activists in Bristol from the 1840s and,...


Owen Henry Mug

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Owen Henry (1928 - 1989) Jamaican-born, Owen Henry came to Bristol in 1956 braving Teddy Boys and slum housing to co-found the West Indian Development Council which, in 1963, spearheaded the Bristol Bus Boycott Campaign against racial discrimination. By 1967 he was a major force behind the St. Paul’s Carnival...