I promised Arthur and Tattra France that I’d write his biography, and the only good thing about the Covid Pandemic was that it gave me the time to do it. About 20 hours of interviews with Arthur are its base, and it also offers the context in which Arthur made his life as a political, educational and cultural activist. There’s a lot of back ground material on the island of his birth (Nevis, adjacent to St Kitts) and much more on the Bad Mother Country he met when he arrived in England in 1957. It’s aimed at the ‘general reader’. Jargon free, and with lots of references for further reading, so (hopefully) useful for students. It’s one way into understanding some of the (sometimes violent) history of ‘race relations’ in the UK.
Here’s the information supplied by the publisher, the excellent Hansib: AI – Speaking Truth to Power – Hansib Or go straight to their website if you’d like a copy (295 pages with index). https://www.hansibpublications.com/epages/es147335.sf/en_GB/?ObjectPath=/Shops/es147335/Products/HP259