Content generated during research for the paperback book 'Bristol: Ethnic Monorities and the City 1000-2001' (ISBN 13 : 978-1-86077-477-5 ) for the England's Past for Everyone series
The St Paul's Carnival is a barometer of the social and ideological changes within Bristol's race relations.
Princess Campbell, the first Black nursing Sister in Bristol.
Few migrant communities have had such an ambivalent and transformative relationship with Bristol as has the African-Caribbean community.
The Irish, c.1685-1835
Patrick Cotter 1760 - September 18, 1806) was born in Kinsale, County Cork, Ireland and was first of only twelve people in medical history to stan
Jozef Boruwlaski was a Polish-born dwarf who toured in European and Turkish courts. He was 71 cm (28 inches) tall.
EPE Bristol met Khadim Hussain, a Tee-side based writer from Pakistan, when researching the Mangla Dam/Bristol link.
Q. What has the Mangla Dam in Pakistan have to do with the fact that many of Bristol's taxi drivers are 'Mirpuris' from Pakistan?
The story of Hannah Nonmus
While the civil rights marches and bus boycotts took place in the Southern States of the USA here in Bristol in 1963 black workers had to fight the