CARICOM CAUCUS WINDRUSH DAY TRIBUTE
CARICOM Caucus Heads of Mission commemorated Windrush Day on 22nd June with a floral tribute at the African & Caribbean War Memorial at Windrush Square in Brixton.
The Heads of Mission were formally welcomed by the Mayor of Lambeth Councillor Annie Gallop and Councillor Sonia Winnifred, the Council’s Windrush Lead. High Commissioner for Antigua & Barbuda, H.E. Karen-Mae Hill spoke on behalf of the Caucus.
The short ceremony ended with a special Windrush poem by Attorney David Neita.
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This day has always been a bitter sweet moment for me as it was this day June 22, 2003, 16 years ago I miscarried my baby girl, at 5 months… I will always remember and I will always celebrate her beauty … Rest on my angel… The daughter I almost had 🙂
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This day has always been a bitter sweet moment for me as it was this day June 22, 2003, 11 years ago I miscarried my baby girl, at 5 months… I will always remember and I will always celebrate her beauty … Rest on my angel… The daughter I almost had 🙂