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The George Padmore Institute (GPI), founded in 1991 in Stroud Green Road, North London, by John La Rose and a group of political and cultural activists connected to New Beacon Books, is an archive, library, educational resource and research centre that houses "materials relating to the black community of Caribbean, African and Asian descent in Britain and continental Europe". The Institute also hosts talks and readings, as well as other educational and cultural activities. The archives in the care of the GPI include the following:

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  • The George Padmore Institute (GPI), founded in 1991 in Stroud Green Road, North London, by John La Rose and a group of political and cultural activists connected to New Beacon Books, is an archive, library, educational resource and research centre that houses "materials relating to the black community of Caribbean, African and Asian descent in Britain and continental Europe". The Institute also hosts talks and readings, as well as other educational and cultural activities. The archives in the care of the GPI include the following:
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  • The George Padmore Institute (GPI), founded in 1991 in Stroud Green Road, North London, by John La Rose and a group of political and cultural activists connected to New Beacon Books, is an archive, library, educational resource and research centre that houses "materials relating to the black community of Caribbean, African and Asian descent in Britain and continental Europe". The Institute also hosts talks and readings, as well as other educational and cultural activities. The archives in the care of the GPI include the following: * The Caribbean Artists Movement (1966–72) * The Black Education Movement and the Black Supplementary Schools Movement (1960s–present) * The Black Parents Movement, The Black Youth Movement and the Alliance with the Race Today and Northern Black Collectives (1975–late 1980s) * The New Cross Massacre Action Committee (1981) * The International Book Fair of Radical Black and Third World Books (1982–95) * European Action for Racial Equality and Social Justice (early- to mid-1990s) * The Carnival Movement (1970–1990s) * New Beacon Books (1966–present) * The Macdonald Inquiry into Racism in Manchester Schools (1987) * Personal archives of John La Rose. The ground floor of the GPI building is occupied by the New Beacon Bookshop.
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