Renegade: Darcus Howe and the Fight for Black British Civil Rights (UK Edition Paperback)
by Robin Bunce and Paul Field
*out of print*
Howe took a leading role in the defining struggles in Britain against institutional racism in the police, the courts and the media. Renegade focuses on his part as a defendant in the trial of the Mangrove Nine, the high point of Black Power in Britain; his role in conceiving and organizing the Black People's Day of Action, the largest ever demonstration by the black community in Britain; and his later work as a prominent journalist and political commentator.
About the Author
Robin Bunce is a historian based at Homerton College, University of Cambridge. He specialises in the history of ideas, particularly the recent history of black radicalism in Britain. He has written for The Guardian, The Independent and the New Statesman. Together with Samara Linton he published Diane Abbott: the Authorised Biography in 2020.
Paul Field worked as a journalist for many years specialising in issues of policing, asylum and institutional racism, before becoming a lawyer specialising in the fields of discrimination and employment.
Category: Black British History, Civil Rights
Book Condition: New
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Date Published: July 06, 2021
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