Edited by Nikesh Shukla
A collection of essays by 21 black, Asian and minority ethnic writers looking at what it is to be seen as a 'bad' immigrant in the United Kingdom because of skin colour and discussion on what it takes to overcome misguided and unfair stereotypes.
This book provides further study to coincide with BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art's exhibition Disappearance at Sea (27th January-14th May 2017).
Hardcover, 272 pages. Free P&P on all books.
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