On the day I took this photograph, these two girls were at the the Harrow Club. I have in more than one occasion talked to them about the project and this time they agreed to work with photographs and audio. I gave them a camera and an audio recorder to interview people outside the club (or among each other) to voice their experiences and thoughts around prejudice. Following this photo/audio session, they became more relaxed around me and asked to have their photographs taken. This photograph is one of this sequence and it allowed me to start a more in-depth conversation with the girls. After this session in fact we have often sat down and talked about prejudice. Some of their thoughts: “It does not matter what colour you are, whether black , white or mixed race. We are all human.” “Every community, not matter what, one should be able to join in. Not matter what colour you are. Everybody should have fun together. It shouldn't be that if you are black you cannot do this or that. Everybody should be together. It think that's how it should be.” May, 2016.