'An essential handbook for anyone who wants to understand race relations in Britain today.'
Written by UK journalist Renni Eddo-Lodge, this book examines why racist black history is still informing how class and race are viewed today in the UK. The Observer calls the book a 'wake-up call to a nation in denial' and comes from an important, personal viewpoint adding to the urgency and impatience that there are still such racist attitudes, both casual and extreme, in our society today. There's a new chapter at the end called Aftermath bringing this eye opening book right up to date.
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