'Nobody was going to keep me down'
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Black History Month: 'Nobody was going to keep me down'

Fifty years ago, the Race Relations Act 1968 was brought into law.

But before that, life was tough for people such as Vernesta Cyril.

The Newport midwife, originally from St Lucia, spoke to BBC Wales about her experiences to mark Black History Month.

  • 25 Oct 2018
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