The National Archives is home to a number of online exhibitions and resources of interest to people who wish to find out more about Britain’s involvement in Africa and the Caribbean, as well as black British history overall:
- The Black Presence. Asian and Black History in Britain, 1550-1850
This exhibition has a large number of images of records describing the history of Britain’s involvement in the slave trade, enslavement, and abolition and the early experiences of Africans and African-Caribbeans in Britain.
- Moving Here
Documenting 200 years of migration to Britain
- Citizenship: a history of people, rights and power in Britain
- Caribbean Histories Revealed
- Slavery: How did the Abolition Acts of 1807 and 1833 affect slavery?
- Bussa’s rebellion
- Bound for Britain: Experiences of Immigration to the UK