The Nottingham Connection
Four womena potter, a caterer, a councillor and a teacherall have a connection with Nottingham. They tell of their Jamaican childhood and their lives resettling as early immigrants in England. The journeys, full of pathos and often laced with humour, provide insight into their inner strength, values, and triumph over adversity. Here, history becomes Her-story.
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