Andrew Watson was the perhaps, world’s first black international football player, capped three times for Scotland between 1881 and 1882 and considered as one of the top ten most important players of the 19th century.Andrew Watson (born May 1857, Demerara, British Guiana; died in Sydney, Australia, date unknown) was the
Black stars from the Sporting World.
BLACK HISTORY MONTH To mark Black History Month, The Africa Channel will be broadcasting some specially selected documentaries to inform, commemorate, inspire and raise debate. The UK Premiere of the intriguing five part series follows the life of Nelson Mandela, and uses his biography to tell a much broader story about the
Black History is full interesting images. Today advertisements such as these would be called racist adverts. This ‘Old Gold Cigarettes’ advert in Time Magazine, featuring Eddie Cantor in Blackface. 1930. You can see the Full spread Old Gold Cigarettes advertisment here It would be argued that the actor was in
Giles Heron became the first Afro-Caribbean player to play first team football for Celtic. Heron scored on his debut, a 2-1 win against Morton during the 1951-52 season and was quickly bestowed the nicknames “Black Flash” and “Black Arrow”. Giles Heron became the first Afro-Caribbean player to play first team