A Tribute To Mrs Constance Nembhard who began teaching in Jamaica in 1947 and...

My relationship with Mrs Nembhard goes back over 40 years. She was my Primary school teacher in my adolescent...

James Berry – To Travel This Ship

The arrival of the SS Empire Windrush in June 1948 at Tilbury Dock marked the beginning of post-war mass...

Red, White and Blue Feathers in the Summer Rain

The Windrush generation have reinvigorated the annual summer Carnival season in the UK. Over the past 50 years...

WINDRUSH: SIMPLY THE BEST

To commemorate the seventieth first anniversary of the African and Caribbean presence in post-war Britain, STEPHEN BOURNE, author...

The forgotten history of the Windrush

A Newcastle University academic has uncovered material which sheds new light on the history of the Windrush generation.

The Windrush 70/50 Playlist

Where do you start a narrative about music and migration? My thoughts are, it really depends on what you’re...

Windrush – one chapter in a longer story

In the beginning was the Windrush. That is how the story is usually told – a tale of arrival,...

AFRO-CARIBBEANS CALLED TO LOBBY PARLIAMENT

The people of our community often complain about racism. Rightly so. But do we make demands on...

Windrush Moving Forward – Jamaica Continues To Stand With The Diaspora

Hosted by His Excellency Mr Seth George Ramocan  at the  Jamaica High Commission in London, Senator Johnson Smith...

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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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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