A London diaspora district remembers a queen — ambivalently

A girl sits on a stroller in the district of Southall in London, Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2022. In a church in a West London district known locally as Little India, a book of condolence for Queen Elizabeth II lies open. Five days after the monarch’s passing, few have signed their names. The congregation of 300 is made up largely of the South Asian diaspora, like the majority of the estimated 70,000 people living in the district of Southall, a community tucked away in London's outer reaches of London and built on waves of migration that span 100 years. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung)

A London diaspora district remembers a queen — ambivalently