A Black man from St Kitts and Nevis has provided a detailed account of the racism he has experienced since moving to the UK 50 years ago.
James Brown, who lives in West Yorkshire, also revealed that the discrimination he has experienced has left him fearing for the future of his children.
The 66-year-old moved to the UK as a teenager in 1968, joining his father who was part of the Windrush generation and had immigrated in the wake of World War II. Back then, James experienced racism almost every day.
He was greeted with window signs on shops that read, ‘no colour, no dogs, no Irish’, and he says no one would rent accommodation to a Black person.
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