It is June 2020. It is yet another time to be thankful to the Windrush Generation for having stayed on to help change Britain in spite of everything they went through. Indeed, it has been 72 years since the SS Empire Windrush sailed up the Thames and docked at the port of Tilbury, just outside London, bringing 492 Caribbean passengers to live and work in Britain. These were the first large group of people from the Islands to respond to the call from the “Mother Country” of the empire that, at that time, was still reeling from the Second World War. Britain needed to import foreign labour to help rebuild its economy and so, it looked to its colonies for nurses, builders and other workers.