Caribbean Takeaway Takeover: Identities and Stories Oral histories of ten Caribbean elders from the Windrush generation, who arrived in the UK between the 1940s-1960s, have been recorded and shared on this website which offers insight into their experiences, identity and history.
In the introduction to this independent review of Windrush generation treatment by the UK Home office and other officials the author, Wendy Williams, states: “While I am unable to make a definitive finding of institutional racism within the department, I have serious concerns that these failings demonstrate an institutional ignorance and thoughtlessness towards the issue of race […]
Digitised by Goldsmiths University of London new transcription of the Windrush passenger list the original of which is held at The National Archives. It has links to PDF versions of landing cards, names, date of births occupations and proposed address. The National Archives has some original government letters about the arrival of the ship in […]
As the prime minister announces plans to require Muslim women to learn English, this new report from the Runnymede Trust gives the perspectives of BME Ethnic Minority groups on immigration to the UK. This also considers attitudes towards integration. It is based on qualitative interviews with 7 focus groups involving 65 people.