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Product no.: HP047

Covering a range of subjects including education, housing and social services, this book gives a concise review of the issues underlying the development of the plight of Black people in 90s Britain

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Product no.: HP048

The second of two volumes examines the absence of policies directed at the needs of Britain's Black communities in the 1990s

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Product no.: HP055

Biographies of mixed-race figures including Bob Marley, Mary Seacole and Shirley Bassey

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Product no.: HP062

A collection of essays that focus on the various forces of Black identity on both sides of the Atlantic in relation to the African Diaspora

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Product no.: HP063

This book traces the African oral tradition, through African American and Caribbean culture, to Black performance poetry in England, and examines the many factors which have shaped this oral poetry. INCLUDES CD

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Product no.: HP078

This collection of essays puts the work of British-born writers of African and Caribbean parentage, who published first collections in the late eighties and nineties, under a magnifying glass

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Product no.: HP096

Ira Aldridge was the first Black actor to play white roles and was acknowledged as “the world’s most celebrated interpreter of Shakespeare” during his lifetime

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Product no.: HP098

A study of the Rastafarian Movement in all its manifestations since its evolution in the hills of Jamaica

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Product no.: HP103

An insight into one of the most disturbing and under-reported issues to affect ethnic minorities in the UK

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Product no.: HP106

Born in Britain in 1920 to a Jamaican father and an English mother, Dr Alan Goffe was one of a group of microbiologists who helped develop and improve vaccines designed to fight polio and measles

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Product no.: HP123

A bold, fresh and honest approach to the problems that exist inside the Black community

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Product no.: HP136

This book traces the tradition of Caribbean publishing in Britain, starting in the nineteenth century with the revolutionary Jamaican Robert Wedderburn

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Product no.: HP002

Looks behind the mystique of wig and gown and includes excerpts of cross-examinations during the Scarman Enquiry into the 1981 Brixton Riots

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Delivery weight: 190 g

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Product no.: HP028

An exploration of the nature and meaning of race and racism in British society and the nature of British and English national identity

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Product no.: HP045

In-depth analysis tracing the history and development of Western racism, the ideology which underpins it and the power which makes it operable

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Product no.: HP087

A collection of commentaries and biographies featuring a distinguished group of Black theorists, writers and influential social revolutionaries

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Product no.: HP010

Aimed at the younger reader, this book features some of the great figures and events in African history

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Product no.: HP051

Published in 1998, this illustrated book documents the careers and achievements of nearly 300 Black footballers playing in the English game in the 1990s

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Product no.: HP035

... Ethnic Minority Councillors

Report of a key and historic event for Black, Asian and ethnic minority people in British Local Government

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Product no.: HP071

Born in 1762 in Jamaica of a Scottish father and a Jamaican mother, Robert Wedderburn was one of the key campaigners against slavery at the beginning of the nineteenth century

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Product no.: HP074

The true story of Sebert Graham, who came to Britain from Jamaica as a boy and rose to the venerated position of local mayor of a Buckinghamshire town

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Product no.: HP084

Biography of a man who took the journey from British Guiana in 1959 to the often cold and hostile streets of London

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Product no.: HP088

Of the 700 books on dyslexia in the British Library, apparently not one is written by a Black author and none deals with the issue of race and culture - until now!

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Product no.: HP058

The story of Dyke & Dryden which, during the 1970s and 1980s, was Britain’s biggest Black-owned company

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Product no.: HP119

Fed up with being alone, mixed race, 30-year-old Sarah gives herself one year to find a man... with hilarious consequences!

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(COVER: HARDBACK)

Illustrated with more than 200 photographic images, this book looks beyond the beach and gives an insight into the cultural, historical and social aspects of Jamaica

£25.00 *

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Illustrated with more than 200 photographic images, this book looks beyond the beach and gives an insight into the cultural, historical and social aspects of Jamaica

£18.00 *

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Product no.: HP129

Keith Walker looks back on his life and reflects upon the times of great adventure and great danger; friendship and conflict; joy and sadness; and ultimate success

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Product no.: HP131

A collection of short stories which takes a whimsical look at life within an extended Black Jamaican family in Britain

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Product no.: HP141

The second volume of hilarious short stories which feature Kelly and her eccentric extended Jamaican family living in the north of England

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