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Presented by Emma Dabiri Social historian. The story of black Britain is the story of Britain.

For almost two millennia, black people have been born, lived and died. Theirs is a story of political activism, historic struggle and artistic innovation often in the face of adversity. As a social historian, I am fascinated by the ways people shape the societies and culture we live in.

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She had lived in England most of her life and held a relatively high position in Roman society. The first black Briton known womeb us, she confirms the African presence in Britain stretches back to the second and third centuries. The first African prose writer published in England, Sancho became a financially independent male householder and the first known black British voter. When his mother died and his father committed suicide, the orphan Sancho was womeb to England.

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Equino's own autobiography became pivotal for the abolitionist movement, earning him fame and fortune.

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It describes near unfathomable horrors of captivity, before he purchased freedom around 22 years of age, a phenomenal achievement. Life as a free black man in the colonies was dangerous.

Equaino was almost sent back into slavery. This prompted a move to London. His book was one of the earliest personal accounts of slavery by a black writer, roused public opinion and was an instant bestseller.

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