British journalist and author Sathnam Sanghera joins us to discuss ‘The Boy With The Topknot: A Memoir of Love, Secrets and Lies in Wolverhampton’ his best-selling memoir of a British Sikh family’s struggle with mental illness, and its new BBC adaptation.
City Sikhs cordially invite you to 'Celebrating Votes for Women' a special event to celebrate 100 years of women receiving the rights to vote in the UK and in particular to celebrate the hidden histories of BAME women during the suffragette movement.
Matt, founder of the Naz and Matt Foundation, will present a short film on his experiences followed by a talk. There will then be a Q&A and panel discussion with Matt, representatives from the LGBTQI+ community, University of Birmingham Chaplaincy, a young adult psychiatrist and others.
To coincide with the opening of Ruhul Abdin's Reclined Nude Scrolls, Queering Croydon will include a panel discussion followed by live performances.
The documentary ‘1984, When The Sun Didn’t Rise’ chronicles the lives of women who live in Delhi’s Widow Colony, which houses the widows of the Sikh men who were killed in the violence which continued for four days after Indira Gandhi was assassinated.