When Sunita Dastidar's parents first came to the north-east of England they were at one point homeless.
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Now, as a first-time filmmaker Sunita reflects on her own upbringing in Middlesbrough and the things that helped her get ahead, and explores who is helping families gain the same opportunities now? If it takes a village to raise a child, who is going to raise the village?
This is the third episode of the Guardian's collaborative video series Made in Britain, a community-based video journalism project looking at poverty, inequality and the challenges our communities face in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. The aim is to put the individuals who are typically under-represented in the media in front and behind the camera
Made in Britain: 'Now more than ever, we must involve and empower people' ► www.theguardian.com/membership/2021/mar/29/made-in-britain-video-series
Made in Doncaster: I am not your subject – video ► www.theguardian.com/uk-news/video/2021/mar/19/made-in-doncaster-i-am-not-your-subject-video
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