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#WheelnComeAgain

A special screening and art workshop for BME elders - led by Akila Richards and Carla Armour

 

Auntie focuses on an often ignored side effect of migration -- the disruption and heartache caused to the lives and relationships of the people left behind. This film links in with the Barrel Stories project

 

www.barrelstores.org

The mission of the Barrel Stories Project is to record and share the stories of Caribbean people affected when migrant parents leave they children behind in their home countries in the care of others. We want to start a conversation about the effects of this common but rarely discussed situation on parents, on children and on caregivers.

 

 

 

                             

Date: Thurs 27th Month 2016

Time: 2pm 

Place: The BMECP Centre

           10a Fleet Street, Brighton, BN1 4ZE

Price: BME Elders - booking advised

 

Auntie

by Lisa Harewood

2013, 16 mins, Barbados (PG)

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Carla Armour      

Akila Richards   

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