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  • Dark Matter Part 1 Slave Maker Hardback

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    Dark Matter Part 1 Slave Maker is a factual account of the effects of slavery and how they still resonate today, having numerous quotes from testimonials made during the era of the slavery in the ‘New World by slave owners, overseers, slave makers, judges, physicians and clergymen, as well as the perspective of those in bondage and the so called ‘free Blacks’. Extreme brutality perpetrated by magistrates, legislators, preachers, state governors, males and females moving in the highest circles of society. The quest for a place that ‘feels’ like home is also a massive issue for the descendants of slaves. What are the options for this
    disenfranchised diaspora going forward?

  • Dark Matter Part 1 Slave Maker Paperback

    Store: Dark Books

    Dark Matter Part 1 Slave Maker is a factual account of the effects of slavery and how they still resonate today, having numerous quotes from testimonials made during the era of the
    slavery in the ‘New World by slave owners, overseers, slave makers, judges, physicians and clergymen, as well as the perspective of those in bondage and the so called ‘free Blacks’. Extreme brutality perpetrated by magistrates, legislators, preachers, state governors,
    males and females moving in the highest circles of society. The quest for a place that ‘feels’ like home is also a massive issue for the descendants of slaves. What are the options for this
    disenfranchised diaspora going forward?

  • Dark Matter Part 1 Slave Maker eBook

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    Dark Matter Part 1 Slave Maker is a factual account of the effects of slavery and how they still resonate today, having numerous quotes from testimonials made during the era of the slavery in the ‘New World by slave owners, overseers, slave makers, judges, physicians and clergymen, as well as the perspective of those in bondage and the so called ‘free Blacks’. Extreme brutality perpetrated by magistrates, legislators, preachers, state governors, males and females moving in the highest circles of society. The quest for a place that ‘feels’ like home is also a massive issue for the descendants of slaves. What are the options for this disenfranchised diaspora going forward?

  • Blaxit Hardback

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    In light of the treatment that Black British people have received from the British establishment in the ‘British colonies’ prior to arrival in Britain and in Britain, to date.  What treatment should Black British people expect to receive in post-Brexit Britain?

    After every recession the Black communities in Britain have suffered disproportionately. Blaxit provides an overview of this trend that has perpetuated since at least the 19th Century and the institutionalised racism that has spawned that trend.

    Subsequently, the options open to the Black British community to break the chain and fashion a new brighter future are explored.

  • Blaxit Paperback

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    In light of the treatment that Black British people have received from the British establishment in the ‘British colonies’ prior to arrival in Britain and in Britain, to date.  What treatment should Black British people expect to receive in post-Brexit Britain?

    After every recession the Black communities in Britain have suffered disproportionately. Blaxit provides an overview of this trend that has perpetuated since at least the 19th Century and the institutionalised racism that has spawned that trend.

    Subsequently, the options open to the Black British community to break the chain and fashion a new brighter future are explored.

  • Blaxit eBook

    Store: Dark Books

    In light of the treatment that Black British people have received from the British establishment in the ‘British colonies’ prior to arrival in Britain and in Britain, to date.  What treatment should Black British people expect to receive in post-Brexit Britain?

    After every recession the Black communities in Britain have suffered disproportionately. Blaxit provides an overview of this trend that has perpetuated since at least the 19th Century and the institutionalised racism that has spawned that trend.

    Subsequently, the options open to the Black British community to break the chain and fashion a new brighter future are explored.

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