Product no.: HP004

Roy Sawh

Published in 1987, this part biography part social commentary contains all the elements of the life story of any West Indian in Britain.

West Indians came with innocent dreams and expectations of being treated as full citizens of their ‘Motherland’ – a country for which they had fought in the Second World War. But they were quickly and starkly disillusioned and shocked by white racist rejection and cruelty.

Roy Sawh – civil rights activist and public speaker – looks back over his three decades in Britain since his arrival in the 1950s.

  • 198 x 128 mm
  • 96 pages
  • Paperback

In stock


Browse these categories as well: Biography & Memoir, Heritage & Culture

Customers who bought this product also bought

Prices incl. VAT, plus delivery, if applicable