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Read More: The black men who made history in Britain. But in the past these contributions have often been ignored or played down because black people weren't treated the same way as other people because of the colour of their skin.

Black History Month aims to address this unfairness by celebrating these achievements and contributions. Read on to find out about the incredible things that 12 women in particular have done for Britain.

Phillis Wheatley was born in West Africa. When she was a young girl, she was put on board a ship and sent to the US, where she was sold as a slave to a family called the Wheatleys.

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Mary Seacole was born and grew up in Jamaica, but came over to England in fir She asked the War Office if she could go to help wounded soldiers who were fighting in the Crimean Warbut she wasn't allowed. So she raised the money herself and travelled to Balaclava, Ukraine. Here, she looked after British soldiers who had been injured.

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Ina statue of her was built outside St Thomas' Hospital in London. Ayshah went to find out more about it ahead of it being built. You can see Fanny Eaton featured in a lot of artwork by Pre-Raphaelite artists a period of art which started in the mids.

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She became famous all over the world, at a time when black female performers would struggle to get the same recognition as white entertainers because of racial mwn. Lilian Bader was born in in Liverpool and went on to become one of the very first black women to join the British Armed Forces.

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