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Sociopolitical Evolution of Bengali Community By Diptanu Dey & Rupa Deb
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This book is all about the various social, economical and political evolution of the bengali society since ages.
Bengali Journals and Journalism in Britain (1916-2007) By Faruque Ahmed
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History of Bengali Community and Journalism in the UK, from 1916 to 2007
Bengali Journals and Journalism in Britain (1916-2007) By Faruque Ahmed
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History of Bengali Community and Journalism in the UK, from 1916 to 2007
Bengal Politics in Britain By Faruque Ahmed
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The book presents a chronological study of the Bengali political parties and organisations in Britain (1831 - 2009). Faruque Ahmed enters the heart of the community to unearth its extraordinary... More > heroism and inherent dilemmas. He concludes that the future of the Bengali community is not in Bangladesh or in the subcontinent; it is in Britain.< Less
Bengal Politics in Britain By Faruque Ahmed
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The book presents a chronological study of the Bengali political parties and organisations in Britain (1831 - 2009). Faruque Ahmed enters the heart of the community to unearth its extraordinary... More > heroism and inherent dilemmas. He concludes that the future of the Bengali community is not in Bangladesh or in the subcontinent; it is in Britain.< Less
Re-Awakening By Mayar Akash
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Re-Awakening on the steps of Royal London takes the reader back more than three decades, to a time when the activities of the far right political parties were active in the Bethnal Green area of... More > London. It looks at the challenges which faced the communities living in the area at that time and how they coped with the intimidation and outright racism which manifested itself on the very streets where they lived. From the late 60’s, all through the 90’s and to the present day. Re-Awakening on the steps of Royal London is a record of one man’s involvement in the demonstrations which defined the time and contributed to the defeat of hatred and the lack of inclusion and acceptance that was prevalent. Told in stories of the times and from the photographs taken by the author, Re-Awakening on the steps of Royal London is a moving account of how a community came together to beat the haters and ultimately remove them from the streets.< Less
Survivors: Family Histories of Surviving War, Colonialism, and Genocide By Al Carroll
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This is a collection of Northern Virginia Community College students accounts of their family members surviving war, colonialism, and genocide. Included are American Indian, Afghan, Bengali,... More > Cambodian, Greek, Indian, Iranian, Namibian, Nigerian, Pakistani, Palestinian, Puerto Rican, Polish, Salvadoran, South African, and Vietnamese accounts.< Less
Young Voice By Mayar Akash
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Young Voice takes the reader back more than twenty five years, to a time when the activities of the far right political parties were active in the Bethnal Green area of London. It looks at the... More > challenges which faced the young Bangladeshi living in the area at that time and how they coped with the intimidation and outright racism which manifested itself on the very streets where they lived. From the late 70s, all through the 90s and to the present day, Young Voice is a record of young people’s involvement in the demonstrations which defined the time and contributed to the defeat of hatred and the lack of inclusion and acceptance that was prevalent. Told in stories of the times and from the photographs taken by the author, Young Voice is a moving account of how the youth challenged the status quo of its own community and took the fight to the haters and ultimately removed them from the streets.< Less
Sultana's Dream By Rokheya Shekhawat Hossein
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Sultana's Dream by Rokheya Shekhawat Hossein. The female narrator of Sultana’s Dream wanders into a dream city that shuns war and violence. In this utopian world, women rule and men are... More > content with their places in the kitchen. The queen of this kingdom explains how women won and kept their peace against men and their war-like ways. This edition of a feminist utopian classic is a conversation across time; Durga Bai, a contemporary tribal woman artist from Central India, brings her own vision to bear on a Muslim gentlewoman’s radical tale. Rokheya Shekawat Hossein lived and wrote in colonial India. A strong advocate of women's rights within the Muslim community in eastern Inida, she wrote in Bengali and English on social reform, women's education and freedom. She wrote Sultana's Dream, her first piece oif writing in English, to prove to herself her competence in the language - the book went on to become a classic of feminist utopian fiction.< Less