When They Call You a Terrorist
A Black Lives Matter Memoir
Patrisse Khan-Cullors was labelled a terrorist when, after the acquittal of Trayvon Martin’s killer in 2013, she co-founded the activist movement Black Lives Matter. In this account, she recalls the experiences that shaped her journey, including racism in her Los Angeles childhood and her arrest at the age of twelve.
The Caribbean and the World
From the moment Columbus gazed on the land he mistook for India, the islands of the Caribbean have been the subject of daydreams and fantasy. This absorbing book, the result of ten years’ travel, strips away the myths to reveal the real Caribbean, a region that has produced some of the world’s most influential artists, activists, writers, musicians and sportsmen, as its people speak for themselves about their home and its place in the world.