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Caribbean L 18 ife, July 19–25, 2019 BQ
Justices Michelle Weston, Sylvia Hinds-Radix, Sylvia Ash and Wavny
Toussaint with Keynote Speaker, Dean Humphrey A. Crookendale. The
Judges are all committee members of the Third Annual Caribbean Heritage
Month. Roderick Randall
speaks on ‘the Sides of
the Windrush Effect’
By Nelson A. King
Musing that he is always “a bit jittery”
whenever he is called to speak in front
of distinguished jurists,” a Barbadianborn
academic, nonetheless, used the
opportunity to inform many Caribbean
American jurists in Brooklyn about “the
Sides of the Windrush Effect.”
resident Humphrey A. Crookendale –
dean of the School for Public Affairs and
Administration (SPAA) at Metropolitan
College of New York, was invited by
his compatriot Justice Sylvia O. Hinds-
Radix, associate justice, New York State
Appellate Division, Second Department,
to deliver the keynote address at the
Caribbean American Heritage Month
celebration at Kings County Courts.
Dean Crookendale said he was
“honored” to speak on the topic of West
Like Justice Hinds-Radix, Dean
Crookendale is a graduate of Howard
University School of Law in Washington,
He said there were two distinct waves
of Caribbean migration: One before
World War II and a second after the war.
Regarding the Windrush effect, the
scandal, as it is otherwise called, is a
2018 British political scandal concerning
people who were wrongly detained,
denied legal rights, threatened with
deportation, and, in at least 83 cases,
wrongly deported from the United
Kingdom (UK) by the Home Office,
according to Wikipedia, the free online
It said many of those affected had been
born British subjects and had arrived in
the UK before 1973, particularly from
Caribbean countries, as members of the
“Windrush generation,” so named after
the Empire Windrush, the ship that
brought one of the first groups of West
Indian migrants to the UK in 1948.
As well as those who were wrongly
deported, an unknown number of
migrants were wrongly detained, lost
their jobs or homes, or were denied
benefits or medical care to which they
were entitled, Wikipedia said.
It said a number of long-term UK
residents were wrongly refused re-entry
to the UK, and a larger number were
threatened with immediate deportation
by the Home Office.
Linked by commentators to the
“hostile environment policy” instituted by
resigning British Prime Minister, Theresa
May during her time as Home Secretary,
the scandal led to the resignation of
Amber Rudd as Home Secretary in April
2018, and the appointment of Sajid Javid
as her successor, Wikipedia said.
It said the scandal also prompted a
wider debate about British immigration
policy and Home Office practice.
The scandal came to public attention
as a result of a campaign launched by
Caribbean diplomats to the UK, British
parliamentarians and charities, and
an extended series of articles in The
Guardian newspaper, Wikipedia said.
Dean Crookendale said a general call
went out to the Caribbean for residents
of the islands to come and participate
in the rebuilding of England after World
He said that, when the Empire
Windrush passenger ship docked at
Tilbury from Jamaica on June 22, 1948,
“it marked the start of the postwar
immigration boom, “which was to
change British society.”