Luton Sixth Form College students on culture, race, religion identity and culture
Female students from Luton Sixth Form College discuss culture, race, religion identity and their ambitions. A series of questions, developed with the help of their Student Achievements Officer, were firstly put to themselves, and then to other groups of British Pakistani students. It results in a very honest account of young British Pakistanis and how they see themselves.
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