African Stories in Hull & East Yorkshire Project Updates
My Story: Imo G
On Tuesday we released an emotive and thought-provoking piece written by Imo G about her life experiences. She was born in Stoke on Trent but was adopted when 10 days old in Hull. Read about her positive relationship with her adoptive parents, what it was like growing up in this region and how sport and being subjected to racism have shaped her approach to and outlook on life.
To read Imo G’s story click here
Instead of a blog this week, we have released a short piece about Carlos Trower, the high rope artist of African descent who performed in Hull and Beverley in the 1860s. Although, Trower only visited this region, the 1871 census reveals that his first wife and son lived in Hull.
To read his amazing story click here
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