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Fears have been expressed that the political and social legacy of the Windrush Generation could be lost, writes Glen Munro. THOUSANDS OF mourners turned out for the funeral of community champion Darcus Howe last week. In light of his sad passing, questions are being asked about who will follow in his footsteps. At a recent meeting of the British Caribbean Association (BCA), which aims to influence Government policy in the long-term interests of Caribbean people, both in London and the rest of Britain, politicians such as David Lammy, Clive Lewis and Baroness Rosalind Howells expressed concerns that we may never see future influential activists like Howe.