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Windrush Generation: Our Family History

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

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

Alex Elden, a member of the Royal Airforce from 1944, and a passenger on the SS Empire Windrush...

Caribbean Women and the NHS

The NHS was established in post-war England to tackle the major social and economic problems of the day,...

Reflections as a Child of Windrush Generation

If the 16 year old Maxie Hayles arrived in Birmingham today, he would certainly...
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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 Murder That Changed A Nation

Stuart Lawrence, former secondary school teacher and younger brother of Stephen Lawrence has introduced three short films for the BBC...

CARIBBEAN TAKEAWAY TAKEOVER: IDENTITIES AND STORIES POP-UP EXHIBITION.

The launch night featured inspiring speeches from the Mayor of Lambeth, Ibrahim Dogus; the Mayoress of Lewisham, Barbara Gray; and...

Today’s Modern Army has Roots in Caribbean Bravery

Despite this significant contribution by many thousands of soldiers, recognition of their bravery and sacrifice has been limited...

WINDRUSH: A LASTING LEGACY OF SERVICE

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

Message from H. E. Seth George Ramocan, CD High Commissioner for Jamaica

The commemoration of this important anniversary provides us with an opportunity to celebrate the close to five hundred Caribbean migrants...

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