Memoirs of a Black Englishman

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Paul Stephenson is one of the most significant figures in the UK civil rights movement of the last 60 years. He rose to prominence as a key figure in the Bristol Bus Boycott of 1963, a campaign that forced Bristol Omnibus Company to abandon its policy of only employing white conductors and drivers. The Bus Boycott remains one of the most positive examples of Black protest in recent British history.
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