Articles relating to: non-fiction
In early summer 2019, Anita Sethi was sitting in a packed carriage on the TransPennine Express train from Liverpool to Newcastle when she was racially abused by a man who, among other abhorrent things, told her to “go back to where you are from”.Read the full story..
Cancel your 2020 winter getaway. Holidays are off. In fact, with lockdown 2.0 now in force, you can’t even go on a city break in the UK.Read the full story..
I don’t have sisters. I’m the youngest of two children and, much to my dismay (and eternal torture), the only girl in my family.Read the full story..
Book Review – Heart of the Race: Black Women’s Lives in Britain by Beverley Bryan, Stella Dadzie and Suzanne Scafe
I’m an avid reader of non-fiction. I thoroughly enjoy taking a peek at other people’s lives and, more importantly, learning something new about the world we live in.Read the full story..
“We all benefit when we embrace diversity and allow everyone to contribute.” Northern Soul talks to June Sarpong
It’s Friday lunchtime and we’ve bagged 20 minutes with June Sarpong.Read the full story..
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