Along the two-mile stretch of Soho Road in Birmingham, UK, religion has become people’s identity marker, rather than culture or race. Here, over 30 centres serve ethnic and religious groups from over 95 different nationalities. Over two years I lived with and documented diverse religious communities, including Rastafarians, the Jesus Army, Sikhs, Hare Krishnas, and Thai Buddhists, all living on this one road.  Dewi Lewis published the book in 2010.