Voices from the Bangladeshi community in Brighton
|Author(s)||Members of the Bengali community|
Poetic and passionate, lively and lyrical, Bangla Brighton is a series of moving true life accounts of life on the South coast by Brighton and Hove's Bangladeshi community. At times heartbreaking, but always full of hope, these stories offer the reader a glimpse into a fascinating culture. As intriguing as it is informative, Bangla Brighton gives one of the lesser heard voices in our community a chance to be heard. I have visited many, many areas, many places but finally Brighton gave me a little bit of my village life. In this sense it is my village.
|Type||Special Project Book|
|Thanks||Safia Mohamud, Adult and Community Learning Project Officer, Brighton and Hove Council and Kate Richardson, Education Department, Brighton and Hove Museum|
| ||1st Edition|
|Team||Mohammed Asaduzzaman, Rahela Asfar, Irene Chowdhury, Hazera Hoque, Afroza Rahman, Masuda Zuha|
|Printer||One Digital, 54 Hollingdean Road, Brighton, East Sussex BN2 4AA|