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Stella Dadzie

Born, 1952 in London

From the catalogue, Creation for Liberation Open Exhibition Art by Black Artists, 1987: “Born in London in 1952, of mixed (Anglo-Ghanaian) parentage, Stella was awarded a Degree in Modern Languages from the University of London, Kings College (1974) and a Masters in African/Afro-Caribbean History and African Literature from the School of Oriental and African Studies (1986). A long-standing community activist and co-author of the Heart of the Race - Black Women’s Lives in Britain (winner of the 1985 Martin Luther King Award for Literature). Has taught in Haringey for the past 15 years and currently lectures in Afro-Caribbean History and Popular Culture at the North London Collerge. A self-taught artist an illustraor, she has exhibited at the 1985 3rd Open Exhibition of Contemporary Art by Black Artists organised by CFL.”

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London, United Kingdom