What a group of girls learned from their parents about community, immigration and Manchester
'They haven’t seen half the things I have seen'
Dear members — yesterday we brought you the story of how the Pakistani community in Longsight is turning a disused church into a mosque. And we thought we would continue the theme of immigrant communities in South Manchester through the week, so today we have a lovely piece from Mollie about Bangladeshi immigrant experiences in nearby Levenshulme.
Then tomorrow we have something about Marcus Rashford and the history of the black community in Wythenshawe. By publishing a series of connected stories like this, we hope to give you a greater sense of depth and understanding about some important themes in our city.
Coming up soon we will have a week of stories focusing on young people in Greater Manchester — what they are thinking about the future, where they are hanging out and why many more of them have started to move to these parts in recent months despite not having jobs here.
Now some exciting news: This week Mollie joined The Mill as a staff writer, working for us full time after fr…
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