Where are these black pioneers?
There isn’t enough room for everyone in 100 Women Who Changed the World, but two pioneering black women who made an impact in Britain should be acknowledged. The Jamaican feminist, poet and broadcaster Una Marson (1905– 65) and the Trinidadian journalist and activist Claudia Jones (1915– 64) who co-founded the Notting Hill Carnival. I was partly responsible for Una being honoured with a Southwark Blue Plaque. Stephen Bourne, London