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British African-Caribbean people

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The British African-Caribbean (Afro-Caribbean) community are residents of the United Kingdom who are of British West Indian background and whose ancestors came first from Africa. Around 566,000 people fitted that description in 2001. in the 2021 Census 623,119 people in England and Wales described themselves in this way.[1]

These people are often called Black British.

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  1. "Ethnic group, England and Wales - Office for National Statistics". www.ons.gov.uk. Retrieved 2023-08-09.