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Pakeezah Zahoor has held roles in a number of cultural organizations and now works at the National Science and Media Museum. She has a background in postcolonial theory and is concerned with ideas surrounding race, culture and identity. This letter is written in response to the politics and practices of ‘the diversity agenda’. Replies welcome.…

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Meet the Mediators – Si Cunningham

  Meet the Mediators In the lead up to Above The Noise, Journalist Si Cunningham interviewed high-profile figures who’ve been at the heart of the city’s most infamous stories. In the interviews, Bradfordians from the worlds of politics, religion, policing and journalism discuss their relationships with the national media, and how they’ve often found themselves…

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Meet the Mediators: The Activist

The Activist: Paul Meszaros Paul Meszaros is a regional organiser for Hope Not Hate and completed a forensic analysis of national far-right activity in the aftermath of the 2001 disturbances. Paul, what does your community work in Bradford entail? It’s manifold really. In my work with Hope Not Hate, we’re to combat the far right;…

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Meet the Mediators: The City Leader

The City Leader: Margaret Eaton Margaret Eaton was the Leader of Bradford Council between 2000 and 2006. As the city’s political head at the time of the 2001 disturbances, Baroness Eaton found herself thrust into the international spotlight when the world’s media turned its attention to Bradford How do you think the media, in general,…

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JOIN THE CONVERSATION Tell us your favourite Bradford spaces (a drop-in event with pancakes!)

When: 17.00–19.00, Tuesday 5 March 2019 Where: Bread + Roses, 14 North Parade, Bradford BD1 3HT We want to know about your favourite meeting and socialising spaces in Bradford—past and present. Do you have a favourite place to meet friends for a catch-up? Or somewhere that always seems to inspire the best conversations and ideas? Join Bradford-based…

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Family Trees and Family Photographs

26th November, 14.00-16.00 and 17.30 – 19.30 27th November, 14.00-16.00 and 17.30 – 19.30 Location: National Science and Media Museum, Insight (lower ground floor) Book your free tickets for either drop-in slot via Eventbrite. We all love looking at family photographs, we create, keep and share family stories across time and distances. In this workshop…

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