Windrush Generation and British Legacy

Hours after the Windrush story broke the UK Prime Minister May has been forced into damage control mode to apologize to Black leaders. Is this the opportune moment to force the reparations issue? Here is a link to The Sun newspaper article – Windrush generation – when did the children arrive, are they in the […]

via The Windrush Generation, NOT Welcome in England — Barbados Underground

Visit Transportation Transformation: Migration, Teleportation & Railways, a 2013-14 Oxford University Arts and Humanities Research Council cultural engagement project based largely on narratives of Windrush Generation in northern UK. Excerpts below:

 

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Artist| Scientist| Creative Entrepreneur| Activist: working at intersections of arts, health, healing, and activism, my practice focuses on the performance and performative articulations of vulnerable bodies, exploring and examining expressions of identity and belonging. I hold particular interest in the lives and aspirations of African Diaspora/Black Atlantic bodies in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.

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