The Space Between Black and White, by Esuantsiwa Goldsmith

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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 

 

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