Racism, Repression and Resistance

Windrush 2019

This inaugural Windrush Memorial Lecture and conversation will explore race, repression and resistance as a legacy to the Windrush Generation - those who answered the call to support the British Government by migrating from the Caribbean to the UK to support the post-war need for labour.

Born in Montego Bay, Jamaica, Horace G. Campbell is a noted international peace and justice scholar and Professor of African American Studies and Political Science at Syracuse University, New York. Other contributors to be announced.

Free, open to all and no booking required. Please see here for more information.

The Windrush Weekend is co-ordinated and curated by The Oxford Windrush Group - a multi-agency group working together to celebrate the legacy of the Windrush journeys in Oxford and Oxfordshire. Follow @oxfordwindrush on Facebook for events beyond this special weekend.