An Indian Summer Festival | BrownGirl via East Africa: A Discussion



A panel discussion on the Ugandan Exodus and South Asian women.

The Ugandan Exodus has a huge impact on the British South Asian community, but what about the voices of women and girls?

Join a fascinating and in-depth discussion about the legacy of migration and colonisation on South Asian women with three pioneering speakers; Rupal Rajani (BBC radio presenter and producer), Alia Pathan (Artist and Founder of The White Tiger Project) and Kesha Raithatha (Dance Artist and Choreographer for the Made at Curve production of Finding Home). 

Hosted and chaired by Seetal Kaur (Co-founder of FowardCulture and, there will be a chance to contribute to the discussion and meet other like-minded women after the event too.

Part of An Indian Summer Festival Community Day – a day celebrating South Asian Culture through music, dance, food and much more! Click here for more details about the day.

Running time: 2 hours



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