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Haringey People: Huseyin

Haringey People: Huseyin came to Britain as a refugee from Kurdistan in 1985 and found work as a teacher in a Kurdish folk dance school. He talks about the importance of keeping Kurdish traditions alive, both to preserve his culture and to educate the wider community.

This film was made by young offenders taking part in a film training course run by VividEcho and funded by The Big Lottery: Awards for All and Haringey Council.

Haringey People: Nevil

Haringey People: Nevil left Jamaica for England in 1960, searching for a better life. Here he met the woman who was to become his wife, and he started a family. Nevil looks back on his life, his achievements and reflects on how he has contributed to the community in which he lives.

This film was made by young offenders taking part in a film training course run by VividEcho and funded by The Big Lottery: Awards for All and Haringey Council.

Haringey People: Gerassimos

Haringey People: Gerassimos came to the UK in 1992 and is now very happy to be a British Citizen. He talks about how welcoming he found the country, and how much he enjoys the diversity of London.

This film was made by young offenders taking part in a film training course run by VividEcho and funded by The Big Lottery: Awards for All and Haringey Council.

Multicultural London

Multicultural London

Members of a youth club in London discuss the challenges and advantages of living in a culturally diverse city.

The Brixton Riots

The Brixton Riots

A reading of “Five Nights of Bleeding” by Linton Kwesi Johnson, with a visit to the scene of the 1981 Brixton Riots. This film was produced by Manifesta as part of their Breaking into the Museum project, with support from the Museum of London and the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Chandni Chowk to Trafalgar Square

Chandni Chowk to Trafalgar Square

Asmita Chauhan looks at the history of immigration to Britain from South Asia and the influence it has had on popular culture. This film was produced by Manifesta as part of their Breaking into the Museum project, with support from the Museum of London and the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Disability Doesn’t Describe Me

Disability Doesn’t Describe Me

In this incredibly inspiring film, Jai, a young homosexual Asian man with cerebral palsy, demonstrates how it is possible to make the most of any life you are given, no matter how many challenges face you.

Long to Belong

Long to Belong

As animals, we instinctively form a pack, and this aspect of our human nature has always directed our desire for social acceptance. But in today’s world, with online social networking, increased social mobility and a general reduction in social barriers, how is this tribal instinct manifesting itself?

Mark & Shanazz

Mark & Shanazz

Sherice and her parents Mark and Shanazz on how acceptance of mixed relationships has changed since they brought up their family with both Asian and black cultures.

West Vs East

West Vs East

Expert Bart Moore-Gilbert from Goldsmiths University debunks the stereotypes surrounding the cultural differences between East and West.