A cracking entry from BA History & Media Production student Amelia. Plenty for criminology scholars to think about
Last week we showcased a series of blog posts written by History (and Joint Honours History) students at the University of Northampton. Today we have another, from Amelia, who has just competed her first year at Northampton studying History and Media Production. Again, this is a very personal reflection and it contains language which might cause offence out of context.
Thank you for inviting us to share our thoughts on the recent events in the USA and the issue of racism in our society.
My Grenadian Grandmother arrived in this country in the ’50’s and would be described as part of the Windrush generation. My British-Guyanan Grandfather would have done the same, except he pretty much immediately joined the military. Those parts of my history I know almost nothing about, I just know that’s how my mother got here.
My White father was adopted in the 1960’s by a clerk and a WW2 Sailor, that’s…
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