Hate Crime Project

Response to Hate Crime Issues in Rotherham
Using gentle craft to promote positive discussion. Tackling the issue head on.

  • Role Lead Artist
  • For REMA Rotherham Ethnic Minority Alliance
  • Date March 2016
  • Type Textile Flowers
  • Needle And Thread African | Asian Fabrics

Women Against Racism and Hate Crime Project 2016

Collaboration with REMA | Rotherham Ethnic Minority Alliance

The project was in partnership with Love is Louder, promoting love before hate in Rotherham. The aims were to see Muslim and all BME women united against racism, division and intolerance. Using art and craft as a celebration of our strength and difference.

Current far right issues have crippled Rotherham. Here we use art and craft to tackle the subject head on. The results..powerful and determined.

Discussion was promoted on a difficult subject through gentle, stitch work, resulting in positive art works.

All Documentary Photography Anna Kozak 2017