'Our history is encapsulated in these books'
New Beacon Books, in north London, is Britain's oldest black bookshop.
It has championed Afro-Caribbean and ethnic minority writers for over 50 years.
But, like many bookshops, it's been struggling in recent years and faced closure in December - until it was saved by a crowdfunding campaign.
Produced by Joe Inwood and Nelson Abbey.
- 21 April 2017
- BBC News