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Small Island

Beautiful story of the Windrush generation, newly-minted British citizens immigrating from Jamaica after WWII, encouraged to come by the government, but then marginalized by most white Brits.

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The book was also made into a movie. The children of the Windrush generation are still coping with what it means to be Black and British. Racism in Britain can be hard for Americans to understand, but this is a window into the ways in which it can be more subtle than it is in the US, but just as debilitating.

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