Notting Hill carnival

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Daughters of the Mangrove Nine: ‘That passion in our parents was instilled in us’
Fifty years after the landmark court case, Yinka Inniss Charles and Jamila Bolton-Gordon talk about police harassment, their fathers’ legacy and their ongoing work against injustice

Ursula Kenny

28, Nov, 2021 @9:00 AM

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Community reporting: ‘These stories are at the heart of modern Britain’
As a young black writer, I feared being pigeonholed as a ‘race reporter’. Now I see my role as vital to the national narrative

Aamna Mohdin Community affairs correspondent

22, Nov, 2021 @8:00 AM

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‘A sense of home’: Notting Hill carnival cancellations leave cultural gap
Carnival regulars describe why it means so much, as Covid keeps it off streets for second year in a row

Aamna Mohdin

27, Aug, 2021 @8:00 AM

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Calls for government support for Notting Hill carnival to ensure 2022 return
Street festival should be regarded as crucial asset to UK’s economy, executive director says

Aamna Mohdin Community affairs correspondent

27, Aug, 2021 @8:00 AM

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James Cochran’s recipe for Cornish-Caribbean jerk goat patties with plantain ketchup
It may be postponed this year, but you can still celebrate Notting Hill Carnival weekend at your own street party with a spicy pasty-patty mash-up

James Cochran

26, Aug, 2021 @11:00 AM

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‘We brought colour to this country’: the matriarchs of Notting Hill carnival
Whether it’s online or on the streets, women have defined the carnival. We talk steel pans and skimpy costumes with the pioneers who set the tone for London’s huge celebration of Caribbean culture

Alex Mistlin

18, Aug, 2021 @5:00 AM

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Tell us: what are your favourite memories of Notting Hill Carnival?
We would like to hear about your favourite memories of Carnival and what it means to you

Guardian community team

17, Aug, 2021 @12:13 PM

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Notting Hill carnival launches fund for bands and artists hit by cancelled event
Financial hardship due to Covid pandemic put some performers’ futures in peril, say organisers

Lanre Bakare

26, Jul, 2021 @7:00 PM

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J’Ouvert review – the history of Notting Hill carnival comes to life
In Yasmin Joseph’s play, three girls wind their way through the streets, guided by the spirit of the activist who founded the carnival

Arifa Akbar

24, Jun, 2021 @10:59 PM

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‘I wanted to capture the joy’: J’Ouvert writer Yasmin Joseph on bringing Europe’s biggest carnival to the stage
Joseph’s soca-saturated play about three young women losing themselves to the best and worst at Notting Hill carnival parades into the West End and on to our screens

Claire Armitstead

27, Apr, 2021 @5:03 PM

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Notting Hill carnival faces axe again if social distancing remains, MPs told
London street festival’s CEO tells MPs cancelling event due to Covid restrictions would be devastating

Lanre Bakare Arts and culture correspondent

02, Feb, 2021 @4:38 PM

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'Racism's still around': Notting Hill 50 years on from Mangrove
Despite many changes, some issues remain the same in this area of west London

Aamna Mohdin

27, Nov, 2020 @1:22 PM

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