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This marked growing evidence of the black presence in the northern, eastern and southern areas of London.

Leading black activists of this era included Olaudah Equiano, Ignatius Sancho and Quobna Ottobah Cugoano.

With the support of other Britons these activists demanded that Blacks be freed from slavery.

At this time Elizabeth I declared that black "Negroes and black Moors" were to be arrested and expelled from her kingdom, although this did not lead to actual legislation.

During this era there was a small rise of black people arriving in London.

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