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More Straight Talking British Pakistanis – Luton 6th form college

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Four British Pakistani students, two girls and two boys discuss race, cricket, families, religion, identity and career ambitions, with a few surprises and some singing thrown in.

Having studied the idea of identity and culture with their Student Achievements Officer, four British Pakistani students discuss race, cricket, families, religion and career ambitions. The result is a very honest account of young British Pakistani’s touching on how they see themselves and how others may perceive them.

This film has come out of a series of workshops with RSA Pakistan calling, that students from Luton 6th Form college attended, organised by Shazia Ali Webber at the Richmix Centre.

With thanks to Rich mix Cultural Foundation, and students and staff at Luton 6th form college.

 

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