Windrush Generation: Our Family History

The countries at which passengers embarked were Trinidad, Jamaica, Bermuda and Mexico. Children travelled as part of the...

Nazerone (Neddie) Howells – A life dedicated to Britain and the NHS

Nazerone (Neddie) Howells arrived in the UK from Trinidad to train as a nurse at Cross Houses Hospital near...

WINDRUSH: A LASTING LEGACY OF SERVICE

The African and Caribbean War Memorial at Windrush Square in...

From the SS Windrush to Croydon: the life of Alex Elden

The late Alex Elden made a rich contribution both to London’s black community   Alex...

Reflections as a Child of Windrush Generation

If the 16 year old Maxie Hayles arrived in Birmingham today, he would certainly...

Caribbean Women and the NHS

The NHS was established in post-war England to tackle the major social and economic problems of the day,...
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Video Interview with WWII Veteran the late Sam King

The Late World War II veteran Sam King – originally from the West Indies – talks about his experiences...

The arrival of the Empire Windrush on 22 June 1948 has come to symbolise...

The collective significance of the experiences of the 500 or so passengers who disembarked onto the docks at...

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Nottingham Trent University

Sofia Aatkar is a Midlands4Cities funded PhD student at Nottingham Trent University where she teaches on the ‘Black Writing in Britain’...

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