British African-Caribbean community

residents of the United Kingdom

The British African-Caribbean (Afro-Caribbean) community are residents of the United Kingdom who are of British West Indian background, and whose ancestors first came from Africa. Around 566,000 people fit this description.

Combined British and Jamaican flag sometimes used to symbolise multiculturalism[1][2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. Examples of flags used to promote multiculturalism Tru4u. Commercial website showing variety of hybrid flags. Accessed 6 October 2006
  2. Black Britain - Web Magazine Archived 2006-12-24 at the Wayback Machine. Usage of the combined Jamaican and British flags as logo. Accessed 6 October 2006