The desire for greater education in school about black lives, for instance, is a supreme point. Education, the press, the workplace, anti racism: these four subheads include considered action points that anyone with a heart would do well to consider.

The book expertly presents these in an emotive way that really does hit the reader in the face, presenting systemic problems that many people face.

It’s clear the author is exceptionally passionate about his subject and you can tell a hell of a lot of research has gone into the creation of this book.

A really passionate, thoughtful and well-executed read, negotiating an emotive topic with ease and presenting it to a wider audience with aplomb.

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