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Empire Windrush: Fifty Years Of Writing About Black BritainEdited by Onyekachi Wambu, Preface by E.R. BraithwaiteGollancz
Great book introduced by E.R.Braithwaite (who wrote the original To Sir With Love about a black teacher in Britain), this book includes work from Sam Selvon,...
Excess The Sequel To Yardieby Victor Headley
Original secondhand book. The sequel to Yardie - wicked!
Oxford Reading TreeI came to Britain From JamaicaOxford University Press
Nice kids book.  s/hand paperback booklet
Ferdinand DennisBehind The Frontlines
Out-of-print secondhand paperback
The Dragon Can't DanceBy Earl LovelaceFaber and Faber
This book is wicked! Described as 'a landmark, not in the West Indian, but in the contemporary novel' by C.L.R. James, Earl Lovelace's Caribbean classic...
Too Black, Too Strongby Benjamin ZephaniahBloodaxe Books
Secondhand paperback book
Lament For Rastafari and Other Playsby Edgar WhiteMarion Boyars
Lament for Rastafari is part-ritual, part-panoramic vision of black/white relations within the confines of Rastafarian consciousness. It begins in the...
Yush!By Victor HeadleyX Press
Last of the Yardie trilogy - 'London's number one Don D is set for the biggest fight of his drugs dealing career - BLOOD MUST RUN!'Second-hand...
Fruit of the Lemon: A Novelby Andrea LevyPicador
New USA paperback book
Paid Servantby E. R. BraithwaiteNew English Library
Braithwaite's follow up to the autobiographical To Sir With Love, the story of his work as a social worker after his teaching career
E.R. BraithwaiteTo Sir, With Love
It's a classic!  Orig. s/hand paperback (difft. USA cover)
Back to Africa: A Journeyby Ferdinand DennisSceptre
Jamaican/British journalist/author travels back to Africa. Secondhand paperback book
The Long Song: A Novelby Andrea LevyPicador
Secondhand USA paperback book
Reluctant Neighborsby E. R. BraithwaiteNew English Library
The acclaimed author of To Sir, With Love recalls his lifelong struggle against ignorance and racism while sharing a train ride with a bigoted...
Brick Lane - A Novelby Monica AliBlack Swan
Secondhand paperback
On Beautyby Zadie SmithPenguin Books
Secondhand US edition paperback book
Inna LiverpoolBenjamin ZephaniahAK PRESS (1995)
Nice out of print private press pamphlet of poems
Voices Of The CrossingEdited by Ferdinand Dennis and Naseem KhanSerpent's Tail (2000)
Secondhand paperback book. Description: The British Empire is no more, but at its height colonial subjects regarded Britain as the centre, a place of...
Shades Of BlackAssembling Black Arts In 1980s BritainDuke University Press
Import USA Paperback editionIn the 1980s - at the height of Thatcherism and in the wake of civil unrest and rioting in a number of British cities - the...
Sounds Like London100 Years of Black Music in the Capital - By Lloyd BradleySerpent's Tail
For as long as people have been migrating to London, so has their music. An essential link to home, music also has the power to shape communities in surprising...
Propa Propagandaby Benjamin ZephaniahBloodaxe Books
secondhand papaerback
Afrobeat - New Black British Fictionby Patsy AntoinePulp Faction
Black British writers collection. Secondhand paperback
The Dread AffairBy Benjamin ZephaniahArena (1985)
Collection of poetry. Out-of-print s/hand paperback - autographed!
Gangsta RapBy Benjamin ZephaniahBloomsbury (2004)
Ray has given up school. He sees no point in education and despises authority. And then he has no choice about school as he is excluded. But Ray also has...
Refugee BoyBy Benjamin ZephaniahBloomsbury
Zephaniah: "It’s a hard life being labelled ‘political’. It seems that because I’m constantly ranting about the ills of the world...
Lovers RockJohn GotoAutograph
A new book of portraits published by Autograph ABP, with commissioned texts by Paul Gilroy, John Goto, Mark Sealy, and Baroness Lola Young. Lovers'...
In The Castle Of My SkinBy George LammingLongman
A classic first novel about growing up in colonial Barbados, 'In the Castle of my Skin' is a brilliant, sensitive record of the evolving consciousness...
The History Of The African & Caribbean Communities In BritainWayland Books
Many people think that Britain's Black population has only developed in modern times, especially since the end of the Second World War in 1945. In fact...
Small IslandBy Andrea LevyTinder Press
It is 1948, and England is recovering from a war, but at 21 Nevern Street, London, the conflict has only just begun. Queenie Bligh's neighbours do not...
FaceBy Benjamin ZephaniahBloomsbury (1999)
Face has a good plot and Benjamin Zephaniah does his best  without horrifying you too much but keeping you caring about each and every one of...
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