A brief look at Black history from the time our parents and grand-parents came to the UK on the Empire Windrush, fighting for our rights along the way, to the time when Stephen Lawrence was killed.
This documentary looks at how the black community has helped to shape Britain.
Includes insight into Peter Rackman and his sharp housing practices, the parnder draws that helped our parents to buy their own homes and the Notting Hill riots.
Learn about the making of Michael X the man who used to be muscle for Peter Rackman but eventually became a media made supporter of black rights. The 60’s also saw the start of the National Party and the famous ‘Rivers of Blood’ speech by Enoch Powell.
My step-father Alfred Harvey has much to say on his experiences in the UK of the 50s and 60s.