Tuesday, May 11, 2021

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...

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...

Windrush Day on the Railways

On 22 June 1948, hundreds of passengers, many of whom had begun their journeys in the Caribbean, disembarked...

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...

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...

Museumand, The National Caribbean Heritage Museum launches new book for Windrush Day 2020 on...

The Nottingham-based museum is the only museum dedicated to preserving Caribbean history, heritage and culture...

The Windrush scandal is not over, and we must all keep campaigning for justice...

The bond between the Windrush generation and all of us is unbreakable. In June 1948, the 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,...

WINDRUSH: A LASTING LEGACY OF SERVICE

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

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