Author Archives: Joe Hayman

About Joe Hayman

Joe Hayman is the author of British Voices, a portrait of the UK from the perspective of its people. In 2012, inspired by the people he met while researching British Voices, Joe set up The Community Trust, www.communitytrust.org.uk, which fundraises for community-building and citizenship initiatives across the UK. To find out more about Joe and British Voices, visit www.britishvoices.org.uk or buy the book at http://amzn.to/MdFyXC

The riots a year on: “If people see me as bad, I might as well be bad.”

Tweet“Even though we’re not involved in gangs,” the young man from Hackney tells me, “the way people look at you just puts you down. No matter what you do, you’ll always have that bad name of a black kid from … Continue reading

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