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A children's outing organised by the Coloured Men's Institute.

A children's outing organised by the Coloured Men's Institute.
A children's outing organised by the Coloured Men's Institute.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: H4528
Description: This photograph, taken from 'The Star', shows 100 children on an outing from Canning Town to Southend. Kamal Chunchie, the founder of the Coloured Men's Institute, organised trips for black and Asian seamen and their children from the 1920s and continued such activities for the rest his life.
Creator: Unknown
Date: 17 August 1932
Credit line: Newham Archives and Local Studies Library Collection
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