Where are the non-white blue plaques?

Where are the non-white blue plaques?
 

At the same time a blue plaque was unveiled to mark the childhood home of football legend Laurie Cunningham it was revealed that in London, just 4% of the plaques honour black or Asian luminaries. But in such an ethnically diverse city, why are there so few?
According to the Office of National Statistics, London has above-average ethnic minority populations for the UK. These include African (7%), Indian (6.6%), and Caribbean (4.2%).
But there is not a proportional number of plaques and English Heritage has decided to take action.
Gus Casely-Hayford, a curator and cultural historian with... read more

 
3 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 50
Source: BBC
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