British African-Caribbean community

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Combined British and Jamaican flag sometimes used to symbolise multiculturalism[1][2]

The British African-Caribbean (Afro-Caribbean) community are residents of the United Kingdom who are of British West Indian background, and whose ancestors first came from Africa. Around 566,000 people fit this description.

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  1. Examples of flags used to promote multiculturalism Tru4u. Commercial website showing variety of hybrid flags. Accessed 6 October 2006
  2. Black Britain - Web Magazine Archived 2006-12-24 at the Wayback Machine. Usage of the combined Jamaican and British flags as logo. Accessed 6 October 2006