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Windrush 72nd Anniversary

On the 72nd anniversary of the Windrush migration and in the light of recent events, we would like to republish this piece from our first Story Makers Dialogues, issued in 2018.
Image of Windrush ship

We hope that this story written by Lisa Stephenson, Dan Brown and following think piece by Dr Remi Joseph-Salisbury raises some important questions about the chasm between children’s lived experiences and the history they learn in school.

Windrush Day: Stories Forgotten and Dr Joseph-Salisbury "think piece".


Lisa Stephenson

Senior Lecturer / Carnegie School Of Education

Course Leader for the MA in Drama and Creative Writing in Education, Lisa's specialist area is Drama pedagogy. She works in partnership with schools and communities to develop meaningful and motivational learning opportunities for children. As Director of the Story Makers Company, she also works with a wide range of Theatre and Arts Practitioners developing research opportunities in areas such as Social Change, Critical Pedagogy and Mental Well-being.

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