‘A Mile in My Shoes’ at the Migration Museum
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‘A Mile in My Shoes’ at the Migration Museum

A couple of my audio pieces are featured in the Empathy Museum’s new exhibition exploring the theme of’migration’, which starts off at the Migration Museum in Lambeth and will then go on tour. I interviewed  Edin Basic, who came to the UK as a refugee from Bosnia in 1992 and founded the Firezza pizza chain, and Myrtle Munro, who moved to London from the Caribbean to work in the NHS. More info here.