Rebuilding Lives: Leaving Home!

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Leicester Museum & Art Gallery, 53 New Walk, Leicester, Leicestershire, LE1 7EA

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Free family friendly event exploring the stories of Ugandan Asian refugees.

Join one of our volunteer Ugandan Asian refugees as they share stories and experiences about life in their home country before the expulsion.

Families are also encouraged to take part in our 'What to pack?' activity, exploring the items we each find most vital and precious in our daily lives.

Free, drop-in event as part of the Rebuilding Lives: 50 Years of Ugandan Asians in Leicester exhibition at Leicester Museum & Art Gallery.

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