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How Black People Overcame Fifty Years Of Repression In Britain 1945-1995

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Vince Hines. Volume One: 1956-1975. Published by Zulu Publications. 1998. 272 pages. This book educates, up-lifts, empowers, provokes, challenges, informs and gives unambiguous direction to those who have an interest in the universal struggles for natural justice of any people, who found themselves almost isolated in a relatively hostile social environment, and who were given no option but to work together to overcome conditions unknown to them in the countries of their origins. The story is packed with human interest. There is a lesson to be learnt by all, irrespective of skin colour, age, or gender.
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Author(s):
Vince Hines
Condition:
As new
Dimensions:
22 x 14 cm
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
272
Publisher:
Zulu Books
Title:
How Black People Overcame Fifty Years Of Repression In Britain 1945-1995

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Vince Hines. Volume One: 1956-1975. Published by Zulu Publications. 1998. 272 pages. This book educates, up-lifts, empowers, provokes, challenges, informs and gives unambiguous direction to those who have an interest in the universal struggles for natural justice of any people, who found themselves almost isolated in a relatively hostile social environment, and who were given no option but to work together to overcome conditions unknown to them in the countries of their origins. The story is packed with human interest. There is a lesson to be learnt by all, irrespective of skin colour, age, or gender.
Condition: As New

Author(s):
Vince Hines
Condition:
As new
Dimensions:
22 x 14 cm
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
272
Publisher:
Zulu Books
Title:
How Black People Overcame Fifty Years Of Repression In Britain 1945-1995

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