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Marc Wadsworth

Former Editor of Blaqsport and Managing Editor of the Black Media Journal.

Lectured in essential law for journalists at the Black Media Institute. Currently, a visiting lecturer in journalism and tutor at City University. Former National Executive member of the National Union of Journalists. Past National Secretary of the Anti-Racist Alliance, which helped set up the Stephen Lawrence campaign for justice. Former Chair of the Labour Party Black Section, which paved the way for the election of African Caribbean and Asian MPs to the British parliament and a trebling of the number of Black councillors. Reporter/presenter for ITV’s Thames News and BBC radio and television. Wadsworth set up and ran a community journalism course for Stonebridge Housing Action Trust in North West London and has run similar training courses for other organisations. Wadsworth has written special reports for national newspapers including The Mail on Sunday, Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror and Evening Standard. As a freelance foreign correspondent, he has contributed to The Guardian, The Observer and Channel Four News. He is the author of Comrade Sak, a political biography of Shapurji Saklatvala MP (Peepal Tree Press) and regularly contributes to radio and television discussion programmes.

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