Glynis learned of her British-African heritage at the age of sixteen having been fostered at the age of two in Great Yarmouth. She came to Hull in 1999 via London and Leeds. Glynis talks about her experiences being raised by white-British parents within a multiracial household and of how she used art and political activism to understand her heritage.
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|Date of Interview:||22/07/16|
This interview was recorded as part of the ‘African Stories – Contemporary Voices’ project. You can read a full transcript of this interview over on the African Stories website by clicking here.