2 thoughts on “David Olusoga, Black and British

  1. Hello Kate! Thank you for this post I actually missed the TV series (these days I don’t watch much BBCTV as I use to) however last year September (2017) the day before I was due to make a trip to East Sussex (fate maybe) I came across an news article about The Beachy Head Woman by David Olusoga.
    As I was already making my trip to Eastbourne, for a British born woman who I research and as I was also going to Seaford to pay my respects to the Commonwealth War Graves of the WW1 British West Indies Regiment, as two of the men buried in the towns cemetery in 1916 were from St Lucia, where my parents were born, I made sure on the way, I visited the village of East Dean, to view the Beachy Head Woman Plaque and all I can say it was an emotional experience for me, like a pull back and forward through time and space, I am so glad I went, so much so I had to write my own blog post about my visit. Thank you again for your post! Kind Regards Debra.

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