Bashir Maan came to Glasgow from Pakistan in 1953; has been involved in community work, race relations and politics locally and nationally; elected Glasgow City Councillor (first Muslim in UK) in 1970; has served as a Magistrate of the City, District Court Judge, Deputy Chairman of the Commission for Racial Equality, Convener Strathclyde Joint Police Board.
Bashir Maan has written the following TheGlasgowStory essays:
1950s to The Present Day - Learning and Beliefs: New Communities
By 1950 the Jewish, Italian, Lithuanian, Polish and a small number of Greek immigrants who had come ...
1950s to The Present Day - Personalities
Having come to Glasgow in 1953 to study as a self-supporting student, I joined evening classes at th...
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