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Maybe I Don't Belong Here

A Memoir of Race, Identity, Breakdown and Recovery

von Harewood, David   (Autor)

A groundbreaking account of the effects of everyday racism on the identity and mental health of Black British men, explored through the lens of Homeland and Supergirl actor David Harewood's personal experience.

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A groundbreaking account of the effects of everyday racism on the identity and mental health of Black British men, explored through the lens of Homeland and Supergirl actor David Harewood's personal experience. 

Kritik

I feel like I gained a friend in these these pages. It's a book that is written with honesty and humanity. I struggled to let the pages close - that's how invested I felt in David's story. I learned a little more about what it means to be black, a black man, a black British man who has struggled with mental health and grown as a result. It's a testament to his resilience, vulnerability and humility that we can all learn from. Jeffrey Boakye 

Autoreninfo

Harewood, DavidDavid Harewood was born in Birmingham, England. His parents are originally from Barbados and they moved to England in the 50s and 60s. He grew up in Small Heath. He trained as an actor at London's Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. He is best known for his roles in Homeland and Supergirl. His critically acclaimed BBC documentary Psychosis and Me received a BAFTA nomination for best documentary. Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II appointed David a 'Member of The Most Excellent Order' of the British Empire for his services to acting in 2012, giving him the title David Harewood MBE. David is married, has two daughters and is an avid Birmingham City FC fan. Maybe I Don't Belong Here is his first book.Olusoga, DavidDavid Olusoga is a British-Nigerian historian, author, presenter and BAFTA winning film-maker. He is Professor of Public History at the University of Manchester, the author of several books and a columnist for the Observer, The Voice and BBC History Magazine, also writing for the Guardian and the New Statesman. He presents the long-running BBC history series A House Through Time and wrote and presented the multi-award winning BBC series Britain's Forgotten Slave Owners. He is a contributor to the Oxford Companion to Black British History and in 2019 was awarded an OBE for services to history and community integration. Black and British was longlisted for the Orwell Prize, shortlisted for the inaugural Jhalak Prize and won the PEN Hessell-Tiltman Prize. A children's edition, Black and British: A Short, Essential History was published in 2020. 

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Pan Macmillan

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Produktdetails

Medium: Buch
Format: Kartoniert
Seiten: 238
Sprache: Englisch
Erschienen: September 2021
Sonstiges: Trade Paperback. ab 18 J. 92226
Maße: 232 x 152 mm
Gewicht: 342 g
ISBN-10: 1529064147
ISBN-13: 9781529064148

Bestell-Nr.: 30548287 
Libri-Verkaufsrang (LVR): 173051
Libri-Relevanz: 50 (max 9.999)
 

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KNOABBVERMERK: Air Iri OME. 2021. 256 S. 233 mm
KNOSONSTTEXT: Trade Paperback. ab 18 J. 92226
KNOMITARBEITER: Mitarbeit:Olusoga, David
Einband: Kartoniert
Sprache: Englisch

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