St George's Day

Full Calendar

23rd April 2019

Multicultural London

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

What Do You Mean I Can't Change the World?

Jemmar tells the story of how she went from hating how she looked, to a realisation of the injustices that made her feel that way, to proud acceptance of herself as a beautiful, working class, black young woman. She is now an activist, working for social justice and inspiring other young people to campaign for the issues that affect their lives.

Told by Jemmar Samuels.

Directed by Adam Tyler.

CREDITS

 

Black To Yellow

Chris Lamontagne performs a poem in response to Charles Booth's Map Descriptive of London Poverty 1889-1891. He examines how people are still stereotyped according to race and class and the inequalities of today's society. 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.

Then And Now

Joyce Kudia looks at Charles Booth's Map Descriptive of London Poverty in 1889-1891 and visits Brick Lane in the East End of London to see if the same class divisions still exist. 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

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.

Immigration Affects Us All

A member of the Labour Party, the Conservative Party and the British National Party are interviewed about their views on immigration in this country