Further Learning Resources
There are further learning and research resources online. Below are a few recommendations:
Search their online collection, listen to their newly digitized Windrush Generation Oral Histories and view their online exhibition ‘From War to Windrush’. Their Windrush Journeys learning sessions for key stage 1-2 and 3-5 are not available online. However, contact them and they can talk through how post COVID-19 you can book in these sessions for classes. firstname.lastname@example.org
The National Archives has papers and documents in their collection which relate directly to Empire Windrush. They also have online teaching resources entitled ‘Bound for Britain’, exploring the experiences of immigration to the UK between 1948 and 1970.
The British Library online resource, based around their Windrush Collection, can be found on their website. The online resource is curated around the theme of explorations of race, migration & culture. They also have additional teaching resources available.
Further Reference Resources
The following list of websites are further resources to explore topics around Windrush, the Windrush Generation, Windrush Celebrations and the Windrush Scandal.
This is not a definitive list and should be used as suggestions and an aid to help being searching and finding all the resources, opinion and archives collections.
The Windrush Day 2020 programme was devised and delivered in partnership between Lambeth Council and The Brixton Project. Additional support was given by Lambeth Music Service, Black Cultural Archives and Colourful Radio.