Tales and Voices of Windrush and Beyond

Service of Thanksgiving/ Workshops/ Art Installation and Exhibition: Tales and voices of Windrush and beyond

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History, Story, Legacy
Southwark Black History Month
Service of Thanksgiving/ Workshops/ Art Installation and Exhibition
Tales and voices of Windrush and beyond
Saturday 6 October, 10.30am–4pm
Southwark Cathedral

 

Thanksgiving Service 10.30−12.00pm
Led by: The Right Reverend Dr Karowei Dorgu, Bishop of Woolwich
Preacher: The Reverend Prebendar y Rose Hudson-Wilkin, Chaplain to the Queen,  Chaplain to the Speaker of the House of Commons and Priest Vicar of Westminster Abbey.

Afternoon Workshops

Legacy
The legacy of the Windrush Generation and their impact on young people of Black Asian and Minority Ethnic heritage or descent.

Story
The story of Black Asian Minority Ethnic people in Britain after the war, with a focus on those who staff the NHS.

History
The history of the Windrush Generation, immigration and settlement.

Art Installation
by Meg Rowe, artist commissioned to produce a piece of community artwork to reflect the histor y, story and legacy of the Windrush

 

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Image Monica’s front room, Jim Grover ©