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  • The Black Jacobins

    Toussaint L'Ouverture and the San Domingo Revolution

    In 1791, inspired by the ideals of the French Revolution, the slaves of San Domingo rose in revolt. Despite invasion by a series of British, Spanish and Napoleonic armies, their twelve-year struggle led to the creation of Haiti, the first independent black republic outside Africa. Only three years later, the British and Americans ended the Atlantic slave trade.In this outstanding example of vivid, ... Read more


  • The Invention of Wings

    by Sue Monk Kidd ...
    The No. 1 New York Times bestseller. A powerful and extraordinary novel about the unlikely friendship between two exceptional women during the last years of slavery in the US. From the celebrated author of the multi-million-copy-bestselling novel The Secret Life of Bees.'Fascinating... A splendid tribute to a pair of true heroines' The Times'Wonderful - well-written, moving and engaging by turns, ... Read more

    £4.99 £0.99

  • Poor

    Grit, courage, and the life-changing value of self-belief

    'One of the best [books] I have read about the complexities of poverty . . . one of the most remarkable people you will ever meet' Guardian'An amazing story . . . moving, uplifting, brave, heroic, shocking at times' Nuala McGovern, Woman's Hour, BBC'They should put it on the leaving cert . . . an extraordinary book' Brendan O'Connor, RTÉ Radio One'[Poor] is absolutely brilliant. I... ... Read more

    £9.99 £7.99

  • Burn It Down

    Power, Complicity, and a Call for Change in Hollywood

    by Maureen Ryan ...
    In this spectacular, newsmaking exposé that has the entertainment industry abuzz and on its heels, Vanity Fair's Maureen Ryan blows the lid on patterns of harassment and bias in Hollywood, the grassroots reforms under way, and the labor and activist revolutions that recent scandals have ignited.It is never just One Bad Man.Abuse and exploitation of workers is baked into the very foundations of the ... Read more


  • Saint X

    'Hypnotic, delivering acute social commentary on everything from class and race to familial bonds and community . . . I devoured Saint X in a day.' — New York Times***,* Oyinkan Braithwaite (author of My Sister, The Serial Killer)**Claire is only seven years old when her college-age sister Alison vanishes from the luxury resort on the Caribbean island of Saint X on the last night of her family’s ... Read more


  • Bringing Up Race

    How to Raise a Kind Child in a Prejudiced World

    by Uju Asika ...
    You can't avoid it, because it's everywhere. In the looks my kids get in certain spaces, the manner in which some people speak to them, the stuff that goes over their heads. Stuff that makes them cry even when they don't know why. How do you bring up your kids to be kind and happy when there is so much out there trying to break them down?Bringing Up Race is an important book, for all families ... Read more


  • Consumed

    The need for collective change; colonialism, climate change & consumerism

    by Aja Barber ...
    ***'This powerful, speaking-truth-to-power book is an essential read for everybody who wants to stop feeling clueless and helpless about the impacts of cosumerism, and start doing their part to help create a more sustainable world' - Layla Saad'A critique on what we buy, how it's made and the systems behind it that make an unfair and broken cycle' - New York Times'The book is a blueprint for ... Read more


  • Outraged

    Why Everyone is Shouting and No One is Talking

    'The powerful new voice of her generation'The Times'Funny, nuanced and wonderful'Jon Ronson'A book that had me hollering, nodding and questioning at the same time'Candice Carty-Williams, author of Queenie-------A candid exploration of the state of outrage in our culture, and how we can channel i... ... Read more


  • Such a Fun Age

    'The book of the year' Independent

    by Kiley Reid ...
    _______________'Essential. This year's hit debut' - Guardian'A biting tale of race and class' - Sunday Times'I couldn't put this down' - Jojo Moyes_______________The instant Sunday Times and New York Times bestsellerLonglisted for the Booker PrizeA Times, Guardian<... ... Read more


  • Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race

    The Sunday Times Bestseller

    'Every voice raised against racism chips away at its power. We can't afford to stay silent. This book is an attempt to speak'*Updated edition featuring a new afterword*The book that sparked a national conversation. Exploring everything from eradicated black history to the inextricable link between class and race, Why I'm No Longer Talking to White People About Race is the essential handbook for ... Read more


  • Exterminate All The Brutes

    Over twenty years ago, Sven Lindqvist, one of the great pioneers of a new kind of experiential history writing, set out across Central Africa. Obsessed with a single line from Conrad's The Heart of Darkness - Kurtz's injunction to 'Exterminate All the Brutes' - he braided an account of his experiences with a profound historical investigation, revealing to the reader with immediacy and cauterizing ... Read more


  • Red at the Bone

    Longlisted for the Women's Prize for Fiction 2020

    THE TIMES '100 BEST SUMMER READS'NEW YORK TIMES TOP 10 BESTSELLERLONGLISTED FOR THE WOMEN'S PRIZE 2020'Sublime' Candice Carty-Williams'An epic in miniature' Tayari Jones'A banger' Ta-Nehisi Coates'Generous and big-hearted' Brit Bennett'A true spell of a book' Ocean Vuong'A proclam... ... Read more


  • I Heard What You Said

    A Black Teacher, A White System

    **A thought-provoking and fearless exploration of how we can dismantle racism in the classroom and do better by all our students.An Amazon Best Non-Fiction Book of 2022‘Essential reading‘** – The Guardian‘Sharp and witty with moments of startling candour‘ – The i‘Revealing and beautifully written‘ – David Harewood_____Before Jeffrey Boakye was a black teacher, he was a black student. Wh... ... Read more

    £7.99 £4.99

  • The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks

    Book 98 - Picador Classic
    The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks is a fascinating mix of memoir and science, telling the story of how one woman’s cells have saved countless lives. **Now an HBO film starring Oprah Winfrey & Rose Byrne.‘No dead woman has done more for the living . . . A fascinating, harrowing, necessary book.’ – Hilary Mantel, Guardian**Her name was Henrietta Lacks, but scientists know her as HeLa. Born a poor ... Read more


  • Twelve Years a Slave (Film Tie-in)

    **'I could not believe that I had never heard of this book. It felt as important as Anne Frank's diary, only published nearly a hundred years before' - Steve McQueen, director of the Academy Award-winning film of Solomun Northup's powerful memoirSolomon Northup is a free man, living in New York. Then he is kidnapped and sold into slavery.Drugged, beaten, given a new name and transported away from ... Read more


  • Why Politics Fails

    The Five Traps of the Modern World & How to Escape Them

    by Ben Ansell ...
    'Brilliant ... a must-read' Daron Acemoglu, co-author of Why Nations Fail_____Why do the revolving doors of power always leave us disappointed? In Why Politics Fails, award-winning Oxford professor Ben Ansell shows that it's not the politicians that are the problem, it's that our collective goals result in five political 'traps'.Democracy: we all want a say in how we're governed, but it's ... Read more


  • Black and British

    A Forgotten History

    by David Olusoga ...
    '[A] comprehensive and important history of black Britain . . . Written with a wonderful clarity of style and with great force and passion.' – Kwasi Kwarteng, Sunday TimesIn this vital re-examination of a shared history, historian and broadcaster David Olusoga tells the rich and revealing story of the long relationship between the British Isles and the people of Africa and the Caribbean.This ... Read more


  • The Sellout


    by Paul Beatty ...
    A Book of the Decade, 2010-2020 (Independent)‘Outrageous, hilarious and profound.’ Simon Schama, Financial Times‘The longer you stare at Beatty’s pages, the smarter you’ll get.’ Guardian‘The most badass first 100 pages of an American novel I’ve read.’ New York TimesA biting satire about a young man's isolated upbringing and the race trial that sends him to t... ... Read more


  • Mornings in Jenin

    A heart-wrenching, powerfully written novel: a Kite Runner for Palestine'One of the most thought-provoking books I've read ... written with passion and honesty, and poetry' Daily Mail'The writer's pain - and the beauty of her prose - are very real' TelegraphPalestine, 1948. Half a million Palestinians are forced from their homes. A mother clutches her six-month-old son as Israeli soldiers ... ... Read more


  • The End of Policing

    The massive uprising following the police killing of George Floyd in the summer of 2020--by some estimates the largest protests in US history--thrust the argument to defund the police to the forefront of international politics. It also made The End of Policing a bestseller and Alex Vitale, its author, a leading figure in the urgent public discussion over police and racial justice.As the writer ... Read more


  • Transgender Marxism

    The first collection of its kind, Transgender Marxism is a provocative and groundbreaking union of transgender studies and Marxist theory.Exploring trans lives and movements, the authors delve into the experience of surviving as transgender under capitalism. They explore the pressures, oppression and state persecution faced by trans people living in capitalist societies, their tenuous positions in ... Read more

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  • The Long Song

    Shortlisted for the Booker Prize

    by Andrea Levy ...
    Now a major BBC TV drama, starring Tamara Lawrance, Lenny Henry and Hayley Atwell.A Sunday Times bestseller (2011), shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize, The Long Song by Andrea Levy is a hauntingly beautiful, heartbreaking and unputdownable novel of the last days of slavery in Jamaica, for those who loved Homegoing, The Underground Railroad, or the film 12 Years a Slave.'A marvel of lumi... ... Read more


  • Working-Class Queers

    Time, Place and Politics

    by Yvette Taylor ...
    What does it mean to be working-class and queer in twenty-first century Britain? How is class experienced under conditions of austerity, while we are told society is classless? Do younger and older queers identify in class terms? How do queers navigate life in a post-feminist and 'post-gay' world?This book focuses on the lives of working-class queers, contextualising experiences and identities in ... Read more

    £6.99 or Free with Kobo Plus

  • Bloody Foreigners

    The Story of Immigration to Britain

    by Robert Winder ...
    Immigration is one of the most important stories of modern British life, yet it has been happening since Caesar first landed in 53 BC. Ever since the first Roman, Saxon, Jute and Dane leaped off a boat we have been a mongrel nation. Our roots are a tangled web. From Huguenot weavers fleeing French Catholic persecution in the 18th century to South African dentists to Indian shopkeepers; from Jews ... Read more