Passage to England: Barbadian Londoners Speak of Home by John Western
English | Mar. 1992 | ISBN: 0816619840, 0816619859 | 336 Pages | PDF | 17 MB
London, no longer the capital of an Empire, is now a multiracial city. Some of the earliest agents of its racial transformation were young men and women recruited in the late 1950s from Barbados, then a British colony. They came to work on London's public transport system and in its hospitals.