A film by Roxana Vilk based on Nadine Aisha’s poem ‘Hopscotch’
What happens when you walk down the street…if you’re a young woman of colour…who may or may not wear a hijab? ‘Hopscotch’ produced by Amina – Muslim Women’s Resource Centre with support from Edinburgh Rape Crisis Centre, explores just that. A film poem based on the true account of the harassment and violence experienced by women of colour and Muslim women in public spaces, ‘Hopscotch’ aims to highlight the lived reality for many women across Scotland today.
This film will be shown on a loop every day throughout the duration of the exhibition: Violence Unseen.
Part of the campaign #AnyWomanAnywhere