I was recently told that I seem to read a lot of serious drinks. This was by someone who has met me post the first three lockdowns, or was that two. If they had met me this time last year, […]
Although the African continents has just about 15 percent of the world’s population, it is responsible for only between two and three percent of global energy related carbon dioxide emissions. I was introduced to Vanessa Nakate last year, as she […]
Against White Feminism by Rafia Zakaria is a collection of essays which explores how what the mainstream perceives as feminism is actually a whitewash of the theories put forward by Black and Brown women, and often detrimental to those women […]
On first appearance of A True History of the United States my first impressions were that it might be a weighty tome that might be too academic, particularly as the author Daniel Sjursen is a professor at Westpoint. I have […]
After Dark by Noel Hankin recounts Hankin’s time as one of the founders of The Best of Friends (TBOF) collective, who ran several famous clubs during the late 60s and 70s. Considering the origins of disco music (Black people) and […]
The Coldest Winter Ever by Sister Souljah is a cult classic, so the long anticipated sequel Life After Death was something many wanted for just over two decades. The Let’s Read management team decided to read both The Coldest Winter […]
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