The Crisis of Black British Culture: urbanism, poetics and politics

Document type
Book
Author(s)
Blair, Thomas L
Publisher
Editions Blair
Date of publication
3 March 2020
Subject(s)
Social Policy, Minority Groups, Community Development and Regeneration
Collection
Social welfare
Material type
Reports

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In this E-book Thomas L Blair explores the notion of Black Britons as survivors of centuries of displacement from Africa and the Caribbean. He provides an overview of cultural representations of race, and examines the negative effects of a discourse which has concealed Black culture throughout history.

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