These independent links may be of interest to readers.  We cannot be responsible for their content.


African Stories in Hull & East Yorkshire:  a community and Heritage Lottery Fund-backed project exploring the stories of people of African descent


Black Cultural Archives:  the only national heritage centre dedicated to collecting, preserving and celebrating the histories of African and Caribbean people


Bristol's Free Museums and Historic Houses:  Bristol's Black History


Dawn of the Unread:  an interactive graphic novel available across various media platforms


Five Leaves Bookshop:  Nottingham’s independent bookshop


Horniman Museums and Gardens:  African and Caribbean collections


"Imperial Intimacies:  A Tale of Two Islands" by Hazel Carby, published in 2019 by Verso (ISBN 1788735099). 


Jamaican High Commission - UK


Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants:  fighting for justice and equality since 1967


"Lest We Forget, The Experiences of World War II Westindian Ex-Service Personne.” - Nottingham West Indian Combined Ex-Services Association”, by Robert N. Murray, sponsored by Nottinghamshire County Council. Published by Hansib Pubilcations in 1966 (ISBN 10: 1870518527  ISBN 13: 9781870518529)


National Caribbean Heritage Museum:  dedicated to commemorating and celebrating the Caribbean contribution to life in Nottingham and the UK


Museum of London Docklands - Windrush stories:  a selection of content that explores the history of the African-Caribbean community in London


National Museum Jamaica:  the National Museum Jamaica is the national agent for the collection, preservation and documentation of Jamaica’s material culture and aims to stimulate serious research and reflection on Jamaica’s history and contemporary life


National Museums Liverpool - International Slavery Museum:  increases the understanding of transatlantic, chattel and other forms of enslavement


Nottingham Black Archive:  dedicated to collecting, preserving and celebrating the histories of people of African descent in Nottingham


Patrick Vernon:  social commentator, campaigner and cultural historian - advocate for the Windrush generation, having launched Windrush Day on the 22nd of June

Pilots of the Caribbean:  volunteers of African Heritage in the Royal Air Force tell the inspirational story of the African-Caribbean personnel


University of Nottingham - Centre for Research in Race and Rights:  a leading centre for the study of race and rights, with a focus on global public engagement that challenges all forms of racism, discrimination and human rights violation


Vanley Burke:  British Jamaican photographer and artist


Windrush National Organisation:  formed to address and overcome barriers affecting the so-called Windrush Generation and their Descendants




Oswald George Powe:  Wikipedia article


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