A joint initiative between Manifesta and Runnymede Trust
Teenagers from the London Borough of Newham made short films as part of a video project.
Assisted by video artists and historians, the young people uncovered sites related to historical racism and anti-racism in the West India Docks area of London.
They then expressed their view of this history and heritage using digital media and their imaginations. Each participant produced a one-minute film, or 'video art postcard', informed by their learning.
Browse the 33 short films on the right hand side of this page or click here to browse the videos by the participants' names
This project is also featured on the BBC London website.
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