The NHS and Windrush at 70: Gary Younge on Race, Migration and the Health of the Nation


Gary Younge’s mother came to Britain from Barbados in 1961 to be a nurse. In the year that celebrates the 70th anniversary of both the arrival of Windrush and the creation of the National Health Service, Gary explores the issues of race, racism and migration through the contributions immigrants have made, and continue to make, to Britain’s most treasured institution.

Tickets are £10

*Please note this BCA special #Windrush70 event will take place at Lambeth Town Hall.

Black Cultural Archives
1 Windrush Square
SW2 1EF London
United Kingdom


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