When my patients ask me where I am from, I usually reply, “Wyke Regis in Weymouth.” They shake their heads and ask, “No, nurse, where are you really from?” [...]
Louisa Adjoa Parker explains what the project is and how it was created.
I was born in Truro, Cornwall. My dad comes from Nigeria, and my mum is from Jamaica. I define my ethnicity as Jamaican-Nigerian, or more broadly Black British and [...]
Hi, I am Leon. I live a few miles north of Bridport. Ethnically I am mixed race – my father is from Trinidad and my mother is from Kent. [...]
I was born in Accra, Ghana, and lived there until I was 3. My mother is from Bristol and the south west, as were my grandparents Hugh and Sonia. [...]
Where are you really from? is a project being run by The Inclusion Agency (TIA). We plan to digitalise the stories of black and brown people's rural lives. Our [...]
My maternal grandfather was a white, working-class, London man made good. He was born in 1901; patriotic, racist, paternal, homophobic and sexist. He voted Conservative. But he was also [...]