Acknowledgments

Acknowledgments - Thanks to our volunteers and participants

Acknowledgments

Focusing on African migrants in Scotland’s largest city, ‘Glasgow’s African Tales’ explores memories and stories of African cultural traditions and the ways in which migrants sometimes struggled to keep those traditions alive in a new land.

Actively encouraged by Britain to ease the post-war labour shortage, it is almost 70 years since African migrants began to arrive on our shores in relatively large numbers.

They accepted jobs in hospitals, transport and hospitality and quickly became part of Britain’s post-war social history

Actively encouraged by Britain to ease the post-war labour shortage, it is almost 70 years since African migrants began to arrive on our shores in relatively large numbers.

Actively encouraged by Britain to ease the post-war labour shortage, it is almost 70 years since African migrants began to arrive on our shores in relatively large numbers.

They accepted jobs in hospitals, transport and hospitality and quickly became part of Britain’s post-war social history

Actively encouraged by Britain to ease the post-war labour shortage, it is almost 70 years since African migrants began to arrive on our shores in relatively large numbers.