Journalist and publisher Barbara Campbell has sadly passed away. She had been battling dementia for several years.
Barbara’s career began in 1994 at The Voice newspaper.
“I did work placement at The Voice newspaper. I was still a student but within weeks was doing front page stories. I was offered a job as a journalist immediately when my studies ended and became editor of The Journal newspaper, a sister paper to The Voice, within two years of working with the company.”
She also freelanced with several mainstream publications including the Independent on Sunday.
In the early 2000s, Barbara founded and launched Barb Wire Enterprises, a south west London based publishing house. The company produced Live Listings magazine; The Official Guide to International Women’s Month magazine and Black Heritage Today.
Rest in Peace Barbara Campbell.
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