Black Culture & History
A Change is Gonna Come chronicles more than forty years of black music:
from the hopeful, angry re..
Against the white sand, the contours of my father's body were well
defined, emphasized its existen..
.For too long feminism has been co-opted by the forces they seek to
dismantle. In this powerful ma..
June, 1957. One afternoon, in the backwater town of Sutton, a young
black farmer by the name of Tu..
At the age of five, a blind African-American boy is handed over to a
brutal state home. Here Ludlo..
Originally published in England in 1938 (the same year as his magnum opus The Black Jacobins)
188 page hardback book illustrated throughout with period photos, artefacts and photos.To celebrate ..
Out 24 March 2022, pre order here.At the March on Washington in 1963, Josephine Baker was in a mood ..
A deeply researched and beautifully illustrated study of saxophone
legend John Coltrane's signatur..
Roger Robinson's range is wide: the joys and pains of family life; the
ubiquitous presence of raci..
A dark and witty work of hardboiled detective fiction set in the mean
streets of New York, Chester..
The Ark was built to save the lives of the many, but rapidly became a
refuge for the elite, the en..
A memoir of politics and activism, from the bestselling and beloved
author of I KNOW WHY THE CAGED..
A modern classic, this epic tale of families, romance and political
intrigue, set in India, never ..
In the heart of London's Bloomsbury, Gwendolen - not yet truly famous as
the writer 'Jean Rhys' - ..
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