“When I discover who I am, I will be free…” -Invisible Man, Ralph Ellison

When John Archer was elected (as first black mayor) on 10 November (1913, Battersea, UK), the Black American activist, W. E. B. Dubois, wrote in his journal, the Crisis, that he “…fears no man, and brooks no insult because of the race to which he is proud to belong.” – the Black Atlantic Resource by historian Dr. Ray Costello from his publication Liverpool Black Pioneers to