These are the stories of Asians who were expelled from Uganda during the government of Idi Amin in the 1970s, and who eventually settled in the UK, particularly Leicester. By turns surprising, uplifting and tragic, these stories throw a new light on events in recent history which have done much to help shape the multi-ethnic, multicultural nature of today’s society.
Research, interviews, filming and DVD production were carried out by a team of enthusiastic volunteers from Leicester; interviewees were, at the time of filming, residents of the Leicester and Birmingham areas.
Copies of this two-disk DVD oral history are available to buy at only £15 for individuals and voluntary or community organisations and only £25 for Local Authority and other Public Organisations, including post and packing. Please complete the order form below, print out and post, with your payment, to:
East Midlands Economic Network
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Leicester LE3 1WY
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