LONG READ: The Alternative History Behind the Windrush Scandal

Working with Norfamton these past weeks on the Windrush Doorstep Befriending Team, it was interesting talking to Shereen on how the original critiques of the Scandal did not go far enough in their primary challenges to the Home Office.

My family history in Britain goes back to the 1960s. L-R: Great-Grandma Toiley, Cousin Rita , Grandma Cathy, Great-Auntie Rosie, and Great-Auntie Mona (front) (Source: Noel Family Archive)

Writer-Public Historian | Poet | Speaker: Race in arts/humanities, Black History, dyspraxia/autism | Work: tre@treventour.com | Neurodivergent

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Tré Ventour-Griffiths

Tré Ventour-Griffiths

Writer-Public Historian | Poet | Speaker: Race in arts/humanities, Black History, dyspraxia/autism | Work: tre@treventour.com | Neurodivergent

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