Muslim and non-Muslim students from Bradford have joined forces to perform a rap about the role of diverse cultures in fighting for Britain in conflicts across the globe.
'Unknown and Untold' features pupils from Belle Vue Girls School, Buttershaw Technology College and the JAMES Centre performing at Cartwright Hall in the city.
The teenagers interviewed descendants of Indian soldiers who fought for Britain in the First World War and servicemen from modern-day India and Pakistan.
They then worked with Bradford rapper Blazer Boccle to produce lyrics about British identity.
The lyrics include: "We were the same then, how come we're not the same now, when all our men fought on the same ground?... How can you be racist? That's a messed up kind of view, when Muslims shed blood for the red, white and blue."
Around 1.5 million soldiers from India before partition, including 400,000 Muslims from what is now Pakistan, fought alongside British and other Commonwealth soldiers in the First World War.
But a survey found almost three quarters of people thought fewer than 10,000 Muslims were involved in the Allied effort.