Glenda arrived with her mother in the UK in 1961 from Dominica ‘as a babe in arms’. She first found out she wasn’t British and could not get a passport after trying to visit her dying mother in the Caribbean in 1998. In 2009, Glenda was sacked from her part-time job as a GP practice administrator because she wasn’t considered ‘British’. She became a victim of the British government’s ‘hostile environment’. Unable to work or claim benefits for the following 10 years, she was forced to rely on her children for support.
Join Windrush Foundation as Glenda Caesar tells her story.
Q&A LED BY ARTHUR TORRINGTON
THURSDAY 17 SEPTEMBER 2020 from 7.30pm to 9pm
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