Ain’t No Black in the Union Jack
Paul Gilroy Routledge; 2 edition (11 July 2002)


This book deconstructs theories of race and discusses how it has evolved within the context of Great Britain. It argues for the ending of reductive approaches to race whilst ignoring the syncretisms which have helped to mould it. There are explorations of race and class, alongside culture and antiracism, all of which enable readers to gain a much wider understanding of race in Britain and the experiences of ethnic minorities. This book is recommended for both academic staff and students due to its significant contribution to the canon of Black British History.

Savannah Blake