The Story of the Windrush
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The story before the scandal.A book to celebrate the inspiring legacy of the Windrush pioneers. In June 1948, hundreds of Caribbean men, women and children arrived in London on a ship called the HMTEmpire Windrush. Although there were already Black people living in Britain at the time, this event marks the beginning of modern Black Britain.
- Combines historical fact with voices from the Windrush Generation
- Tells the inspiring story of the Windrush Generation pioneers for younger readers
- With full colour illustration
October 15th, 2020
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