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(From Leicester Mercury)
A SERIES of exhibitions are to show the 40-year history of Leicester's Ugandan Asian community. About 10,000 Asians settled in the city after dictator Idi Amin expelled them from Uganda in 1972. Now, the stories of those affected, from their expulsion to their arrival, adaptation and developing role in the city's culture and life, will be brought to life in displays at the New Walk Museum and Art Gallery.
The exhibition is called From Kampala to …