We recommend this…
for anyone who feels either discomfort or empathy upon reading the title, and especially for anyone feeling lost, confused or defensive in discussions about race and racism.
A quick summary
A fast-paced, contemporary mix of history, social commentary and memoir about race and racism in Britain. Reni Eddo-Lodge covers a lot of ground and clears up a lot of misconceptions in short order. She also asks probing questions, and offers a vision of liberation that would benefit everyone.
Content note: includes discussion of cases of racially-motivated violence and killings, and of chattel slavery.