THIS IS HISTORY
Afro Solo UK is the result of 2 years research of the African diaspora of Greater Manchester. Each life story is an act of remembrance, a celebration and in some cases a reconciliation. They provide a legacy and are a declaration that this community will never again be overlooked. ASUK hopes to inspire others to research and publish in the future
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Read via download the eBook http://www.afrosolouk.com/afro-solo-uk-e-book
Watch the digital exhibition http://www.afrosolouk.com/videos-0
Enjoy the Memorial performances http://www.afrosolouk.com/memorial-service
…stories (that) narrate the frustration of fractured family histories, but there is also huge pride, nostalgia, curiosity and wonderment. Despite uneasy memories of prejudice and suspicion, there is a prevailing sense of gratitude to those early pioneers; a realisation that what connects us is love, the tenderness and solidarity of human concern.
Professor Graham Mort, Centre for Transcultural Writing and Research, Lancaster University, UK.