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WE ARE ALL MIGRANTS (2) EMILY’S STORY - The David Oluwale Memorial Association
Remember Oluwale was proud to work with the Harrison Bundey Mama Dread Migrant Masqueraders at the Leeds West Indian Carnival in August 2017. As this King David page explains, we created a Carnival King David, who lead over 100 migrant masqueraders through Chapeltown and Harehills on 28th August, Bank Holiday Monday. We handed out thousands of postcards and leaflets explaining our message: All Ah We Are Migrants, all of us have things in common with David Oluwale. On this page we are telling the migration stories of people already supporting the Remember Oluwale charity, and we welcome other contributions. This interview was conducted by Heena Siddiqi while she was on placement with us from her digital media degree at Leeds University. Emily’s Migration Story Dr Emily Zobel Marshall is a Senior Lecturer in Postcolonial Literature at Leeds Beckett University (UK). Emily’s mother Jenny Zobel originates from a former French colony in the Caribbean called Martinique, but grew up in France and Senegal, and her father, the writer Peter Marshall, is from Bognor Regis in Sussex (UK). “My parents met when my mother came over to England to learn English. Peter Marshall and Jenny Zobel, back in the day In the …