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  • 1:16
    Still from Who am I?

    Who am I?
    Charlene Price
    Charlene goes on a search for her true identity.
  • 0:45
    Still from What’s Going On?

    What’s Going On?
    Charlie Williams
    A look at how violence against and amongst young black men has developed since African people began living in Britain.
  • 0:49
    Still from Speech

    Speech
    Michal
    Michal panics when she is asked to speak in front of her class.
  • 1:09
    Still from The Home Land

    The Home Land
    Ras Selassie
    Ras explains how he keeps in contact with his African and Rastafarian heritage while living in England.
  • 1:20
    Still from The Black History Lesson

    The Black History…
    Zack Henry
    Zack asks his history teacher an awkward question, and sets of on a quest for information of his own.
  • 2:54
    Still from Bernice’s story

    Bernice’s story
    Bernice
    Life for black children in school, in the 1950s and now.
  • 2:14
    Still from Ena’s Story

    Ena’s Story
    Ena McFarlane
    Finding a job in Britain.
  • 2:10
    Still from Haldon’s Story

    Haldon’s Story
    Haldon Downer
    Life and work in Britain for a Jamaican immigrant.
  • 3:05
    Still from Iva’s Story

    Iva’s Story
    Iva Williams
    Britain is a lot different than Jamaica!
  • 6:28
    Still from Life over the Atlantic

    Life over the Atlantic
    Princess Campbell
    Princess is shocked by standards of health, hygiene and manners when she moves to live in Britain.
  • 5:33
    Still from Sadola’s Story

    Sadola’s Story
    Sadola Downer
    Sandola tells her life story, from a childhood in Portland, Jamaica, to retirement in Fishponds, Bristol.
  • 3:19
    Still from Yolanda’s story

    Yolanda’s story
    Yolanda
    Yolanda first came to London after leaving Jamaica, but she ended up in Bristol.