Windrush. What's Next?

Windrush. What's Next?

Black Cultural Archives

We explore the extraordinary work of activists leading the fight for justice on behalf of people impacted by the Windrush scandal. Branded podcast produced by Colourful Studios for the Black Cultural Archives and funded by The Paul Hamlyn Foundation.

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7 episodes


S1 E1 | 08 Apr, 2021 | 83 MIN | MORE

In this episode, we are joined by Windrush campaigner and social commentator Patrick Vernon OBE to discuss activism.

Hostile Environment

S1 E2 | 15 Apr, 2021 | 94 MIN | MORE

We discuss the hostile environment and how it impacted the African Caribbean community with Satbir Singh (JCWI) and Bella Sankey (Detention Action).

Windrush Compensation Scheme

S1 E3 | 22 Apr, 2021 | 46 MIN | MORE

We are joined by solicitor Jacqueline McKenzie, barrister Martin Forde QC, Minister Clive Foster, and Hilary Brown of at Virgo Consultancy Services Limited.

Oral Histories

S1 E4 | 29 Apr, 2021 | 63 MIN | MORE

We hear from team Black Cultural Archives, MD Arike Oke, Archivist Rhoda Boateng, and Historian Kelly Foster about family records and the shredding of Windrush landing cards.

Racial Inequality

S1 E5 | 06 May, 2021 | 83 MIN | MORE

In this episode, we explore racial inequality, British citizenship and identity with Dawn Hill CBE and Windrush campaigner and survivor, Michael Braithwaite.

Black Lives Matter

S1 E6 | 13 May, 2021 | 94 MIN | MORE

Continuing our exploration of racial inequality and identity, we speak to singer/songwriter, activist Jermaine Jackson and Yvonne Field of Ubele Initiative.

Citizenship and Identity

S1 E7 | 20 May, 2021 | 83 MIN | MORE

Celebrated journalists Nadine White and Amelia Gentleman, alongside Patrick Vernon OBE review the impact of killing of George Floyd in the US and the ongoing impact of Paulette Wilson's campaigning on behalf of the Windrush generation.

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