Black community centre pioneer dies

The founder of one of Nottingham's first community centres serving black communities has died. Oswald George Powe set up the St Ann’s based African Caribbean National Artistic Centre, or ACNA as it’s known locally, in 1978.

BBC Radio Nottingham’s Reya El-Salahi has been finding out about the important part he played in helping to establish black communities in the city, with Panya Banjoko, the founder of Nottingham Black Archive. Also joining her in this extract is Mr Powe’s daughter, Daphne Hobbs-Green…

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