Nana Bonsu, also known as Berry Edwards, was of huge importance to Britain’s African community, especially in Manchester which became his home. This oral history project will highlight his role in initiatives such as the Campaign Against Racial Discrimination, social justice and equal opportunities.

This project is organised and run by First Cut Media and Performing Arts, led by Tony Reeves, in association with Eloise Edwards (Nana’s wife) and the WIOCC (West Indian Overseas Co-ordinating Committee), Manchester.

The video production was led by Tony Reeves, the research was led by Washington Alcott, the graphic design by Ian Johns and the digital and web media by Kooj Chuhan (Metaceptive Projects).

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