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A song has been created to raise money for a memorial to African and Caribbean soldiers who fought and died during world wars I and II. Download the single from Itunes for 99p.

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What we do

Inform, Educate & Commemorate the lives of the African and Caribbean Men and Women who fought and died for Great Britain.

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Honour and Celebrate our Veterans with Plaques and the design and the Creation of
a Lasting Memorial


The African and Caribbean (AC) Memorial acknowledges, and appreciates the role that people from Africa and The Caribbean played in Britain’s victory over it’s enemies in the First and Second World Wars.

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I have a Song – The Campaign
Fundraising single for memorial Written by Alan Slingsby on October 8, 2015 in Brixton Stories, Community, Music, News – 1 Comment Jak Beula (tracksuit) recording at Raw Material
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Seaford Memorial for Caribbean Soldiers
  Centenary 1915 – 2015 of the Formation of the British West Indies Regiment Blue Plaque Commemoration Alfirston Road Cemetery
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The Meru People of Kenya
The Meru tribe or Merus is a Bantu ethnic group. They reside on Mount Kenya’s agriculturally rich northeastern slopes, in
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AC Memorial – receives Mobo Support
Special thanks to the Mobo Awards Team, who are helping to promote the cause. We want at least 200,000 people
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