A collection of websites, articles and teaching resources relating to Windrush, Black British history and the relationship between the Caribbean and Britain.
All weblinks were accessed in September 2018.
- The British Library, 'Black Britain and Asian Britain: Historical and contemporary resources on the experience of people of African, Asian and Caribbean heritage in Britain'
- The British Library, 'Collection guides: Caribbean collections'
- Windrush Foundation
- Black Cultural Archives
- Museumand: The National Caribbean Heritage Museum
- The Africa Centre
- Royal African Society
- Black History Month
- 100 Great Black Britons
- The Black Presence in Britain
- Birmingham Council, 'Black history resources for children'
Empire Windrush, 'the Windrush generation' and migration from the Caribbean
- Black History 365, 'The Windrush'
- Windrush Day
- The Voice, 'Windrush 70'
- David Olusoga, 'The Windrush story was not a rosy one even before the ship arrived', The Guardian
- James Proctor, 'The forgotten history of the Windrush', Windrush Day
- gal-dem, 'Windrush'
- Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government and Lord Bourne of Aberystwyth, 'Annual day of celebrations for the Windrush Generation'
Teaching resources and sources
- BBC, 'Windrush: Who exactly was on board?'
- BBC, 'Windrush generation: Three stories'
- BBC, 'In Pictures: The pioneering Windrush generation, who arrived 70 years ago'
- The National Archives, 'MV Empire Windrush' (passenger lists and data)
- The National Archives, 'Bound for Britain'
- The National Archives, 'Caribbean Histories Revealed'
The Windrush generation scandal
- BBC, 'Windrush generation: Who are they and why are they facing problems?'
- BBC News, 'Windrush scandal'
- The Guardian, 'Windrush scandal'
- Sky News, 'Windrush'
- Independent, 'Windrush Generation'
- Mirror, 'Windrush'
- Home Office, Windrush scheme and information
- Sajid Javid, 'As home secretary, I’m determined to fix the Windrush injustices' in The Guardian (19 July 2018)