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“The Assembly?…Hopefully they can inform what has people in Butetown’s best interest at the forefront”
An interview with Humie Webbe, a performer and creative arts practitioner who participated in the Caribbeans in Butetown Assembly. Having lived in Butetown for approximately 30 years and being a first-generation Caribbean woman, she shares her views on Butetown's untold stories, understanding Butetown and the representation of Caribbean people.

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