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How many more out there like me?

This book is great and gives an understanding about the emotional,identity and self-esteem struggles of young black people born in another country and coming to live in the UK

The greatest learning is pattern of behaviour and socialising that forms gangs, without young people conciously seeking to form one.

A must read for parents of boys, social workers working with adolescents and those in gangs wanting to believe they can change.


Farah Dan was born in Uganda in 1966, to a multi-millionaire property developer Amir Damji and moved with her family to London in 1970.

Farah founded, and became the publisher and editor of, the lifestyle magazine Another Generation (originally named Indobrit)

In March 2011, Damji founded the company Kazuri Properties.

Helping hundreds of young people exit gangs and criminal lifestyle.

She is now fighting extradition from Ireland back to the UK

She speaks exclusively to The Gwenton show to be aired 4 pm Christmas Day

The show highlight her struggle with mental Health and PTSD stretching back from when she was kidnapped as a child by government insurrections in Africa.

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Mental Health Awareness

Meeting Grandma

Eunice Rochester

Mother of 7 children
Came to England as part of the windrush empire

She’s worked many jobs

When she retired she became a child minder supporting and nurturing many young people to a good start in life.

Grandmother to Gwenton Sloley who father Carlton Sloley the first of Eunice 7 children, Carlton is a Author who volunteers support to vulnerable and disabled adults through talking therapy.

Gwenton is the founder of the London Gang Exit



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Award winning Prison Officer

Richard Davies

Richard Davies Born in greenford harrow, but settled in bicester Oxfordshire,
Richard joined the prison service in 2006 he worked in 3 different establishments before taking a year break 2021.
“I always remember that there are victims out there, but you have to try and help someone change by getting them to look at different options, start believing they can do better, if you believe in them then they will believe in themselves.
Recommendation “Getting prisoners the support needed to succeed when released, minimising the potential of more victims, unfortunately not everyone is accepting of change but we keep chipping away”

AWARD WINNER 2020-21: Richard Davies, who works for the HMP Bullingdon & Swaleside Community Safer custody officer as part of the Reducing Reoffending Partnership.

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