Across our Windrush Season, we will be adding photographs and other content to this gallery, to demonstrate and celebrate both the instant and the enduring effects of the Windrush Generation on our National Health Service. In the past four weeks we have shared the portraits of women and men who have played critical roles in the National Health Service across their lifetimes. Each of them has generously shared parts of their life stories with us, and all have intriguing connections -- direct, indirect, or trans-generational -- with the post-war migration of British subjects from her colonies and former colonies to take up jobs and make their lives rebuilding Britain from the destruction of World War Two. Click on the portraits to read their stories. These portraits will also be shown at the University of Warwick and Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust exhibition on the University of Warwick campus. Please join us on 15 June, from 2-4 as we raise a glass to the Windrush Generation and the BAME heritage in the NHS! You can register your interest at the link below:
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