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Ugandan Asians in Leicester
Ugandan Asians in Leicester tells the stories of families who fled Uganda during the 1972 exodus.
Notorious dictator Idi Amin gave people just 90 days to leave their home and find refuge in another place. Many eventually came to Leicester, making the City their new home.
Listen to the moving stories, see the photos, and read the collected stories of those who endured this poignant time.
Maybe you have a story which relates to these stories so why not Tell your Story? You can include photographs or items from the catalogue to be displayed with your story. You can also go to our search form to find a story which may be related to the places you are interested in.
Has someone or something been written out of the history books which you feel should be included in the story of migration ? Here is your chance to tell your own story.
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