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The History of the African and Caribbean Communities in Britain

by Hakim Adi (author)

Suitable for 7 - 10 years

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Let’s face it: without its black population, Britain would be kind of a boring place. No reggae music or Afrobeat. No carnival. No jerk chicken, or yams and cassavas on your local market. Not even any bright African fabrics. Yawn. But below the surface, there are much bigger changes than these obvious ones. And do you know when the first black immigrants got to Britain, anyway? (It’s probably a lot earlier than you imagine.) So: how did Britain’s black population get here? What cool things have they brought us? What problems have they faced? Find out in this book of amazing photos and facts.

  • Fascinating easy-read look at black British history
  • Lots of fascinating photos, newspaper articles and visual highlights
  • Little-known facts which children will love sharing
  • Great online reviews from appreciative readers

Product Details

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9780750290616

Date published

December 4th, 2014

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  • 48 pages
Condition

New

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