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Midnight's Grandchildren


John Pandit of Asian Dub Foundation, Anita Sharma of Inquest, and The Samosa's Anwar Akhtar discuss their experiences as second generation Asians growing up in Britain.

John Pandit from Asian Dub Foundation and Rich Mix, Anita Sharma from Inquest, and The Samosa’s Anwar Akhtar discuss their experiences as second generation Asians growing up in Britain and wider issues of nationhood, identity, religion, migration in Britain today. They look at relations between British Islam, Hindu and Sikh communities, and Britain’s changing links with South Asia in today’s globalised connected world. Is the local now global?

Filmed at Rich Mix, East London

Directors: Jane Barnwell & Rob Napoletani

Producer: Jane Barnwell


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