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What My Marriage Taught Me About The South Asian Caste System

Growing up Spending my childhood in a predominately white community in the EU, then moving to the UK amongst the Asian community in my teens...

Colourism: Community Racism

EDITOR'S NOTE: This article has been reposted from the Manchester Museum Our Shared Cultural Heritage blog: https://sharedculturalheritage.wordpress.com/2020/04/24/colourism-community-racism/ Colourism I wish I had known the meaning of colourism growing...

The Vulnerables

In light of this month’s World Mental Health Day,  Ghazal Choudhary discusses how governmental reforms and cuts are doing nothing to help the disabled...

The Dangers of Black Henna

Charlotte Cripps writes how she put her life at risk without realising by getting a black henna tattoo on holiday in Croatia. Looking down at my...
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‘I wrote myself a lead role because no one else is going to give me one’: Q&A with Saher Shah

Click here to read Noor's review of Saher's play Vitamin D. EDITOR’S NOTE: This article has been edited to make it more concise and understandable. How...

‘Vitamin D’: A Powerful Exploration of Divorce in South Asian Culture

Click here to read Noor's full interview with Saher. If you're looking for a truly captivating theatre experience in Manchester, then look no further than...

Breaking Bread and Building Belonging: The Ramadan Tent Project’s Open Iftar in Manchester

In celebration of its 10-year anniversary, The Ramadan Tent Project charity are holding their Open Iftar events in cities all over the UK, inviting...

Creature: A Disturbingly Beautiful Film

The creators London-born Akram Khan is of Bangledeshi heritage, and a choreographer known for injecting his South Asian roots and contemporary dance into his work....