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The History Of African and Caribbean Communities in Britain

Adi, Hakim
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Hachette Children’s Group (Wayland)
Published: October 22, 2020
ISBN: 9781526317971
48 pages, Full-colour photographs
Country of publication: United Kingdom

£8.99

Discover the fascinating history of African and Caribbean communities in Britain, from pre-Roman times to the 21st Century. Newly updated, The History of African and Caribbean Communities in Britain explores why people came to Britain, the problems they faced and the contributions these communities have made to British society. Brought to life with case studies and rarely published photographs, this is an opportunity to get up close to the experiences and vital impact African and Caribbean people have had in Britain. Meet pioneers such as Olaudah Equiano and Phyllis Wheatley and find out why African and Caribbean communities have been fundamental to Britain’s success on the world stage. Written by British historian and academic Prof. Hakim Adi, a specialist on the history of Africa and the African diaspora, this book is essential reading for children aged 11+ and anyone interested in learning about the history of these communities in Britain.

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