12. The founding of the radical activist group for Asian and Afro-Caribbean women, Southall Black Sisters, in 1979, is another instance of actualized black internationalist political identity that has became synonymous with Black British Feminism. See Gupta (2003) and also Gilroy (1987:ch. 5) for more discussion on the political contexts, cultural encounters, and social alliances between British Asians and Afro-Caribbeans in Britain.
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