Participate in the Nigerian-British History Project

From Emergent Africa Fri Feb 15 2013, 06:39:00

Bim Adewunmi of the Nigerian-British History Project:

Image courtesy of the Guardian looking for stories of everyday Nigerian-Brits - how they came to be here in the UK, what they left behind (if anything), what they ate, how and where they lived, their social groups and communities; I want to explore and record the interiority of Nigerian-Brits. The hope is to showcase these stories here, with some audio (and photographs if shared). I am currently meeting and recording people's stories in London, but the aim is to get out of the capital and meet people from across the UK. I am happy to enter into correspondence with would-be participants - we can collect stories via email, IM, over the phone or even good old-fashioned snail mail. The key thing is that we collect them.More here

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