Dr Saima Nasar
A lecturer in the History of Africa and its Diasporas at the University of Bristol. She is a social and cultural historian who works on histories of race, empire and immigration.
When Uganda Expelled Its Asian Population In 1972, Britain Tried To Exclude Them
On 4 August 1972, President Idi Amin of Uganda addressed the Airborne Regiment in Tororo, a town in…
August 20, 2022