After the war Ulric Cross stayed on in England, and trained as a barrister. But British racism frustrated him.
The Independence Movements in Africa echoed his own dissatisfaction. So when he was called to service by his childhood friend, Malcolm Nurse, now George Padmore, a central figure in the Pan-Africanist movement, to help build the independent Africa, Cross jumped at the opportunity.
Ulric worked as a lawyer, judge and judicial advisor in Ghana, Cameroun and Tanzania, returning to Trinidad in the 70’s.
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