THIS YEAR marks the centenary of the abolition of indenture in the British Empire (1834-1917). Yet the system of indenture, under which the British brought Chinese and East Indians to the Caribbean to labour on the region’s sugar plantations, is a largely unknown part of British imperial history.

Indenture to Windrush: Invisible Passengers of Two Imperial Migrations May 12, 6:30pm to 8:30pm at Senate House, London

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