The Space Between Black and White, by Esuantsiwa Goldsmith
Moving from Britain to Scandinavia, from Italy to Tanzania and Ghana, this unique memoir sheds light on Esuantsiwa Jane Goldsmith's journey as a feminist and political activist. (See Author Reading from this book in our instagram feed @Thisisbooklove_)
The book illuminates her inner journey of self-discovery and uncovers truths that could help the new generation of mixed-race people now struggling to find their own space in the world
Esuantsiwa Jane Goldsmith grew up in a working-class neighbourhood in 1950s South London, the mixed-race daughter of a white single mother and a Ghanaian father she never knew as a child. A feminist and political activist, she was the first woman-and only woman of colour-elected as President of Leicester University Students' Union in the 1970s.
Following a career in women's organisations and international development, she founded Anona Development Consultancy, working with over 100 organisations on five continents as a dynamic facilitator and strategist. In 2015, she was awarded an Honorary Doctorate for her work in Women's Rights.
Dimensions: 19.6cm x 3.9cm x 12.9cm
Weight: 380 grams
Format: Paperback 576 pages