Shame On Me

an anatomy of race and belonging

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SHORTLISTED FOR THE 2020 OCM BOCAS PRIZE FOR CARIBBEAN LITERATURE

‘What are you?’

Tessa McWatt knows first-hand that the answer to this question, often asked of people of colour by white people, is...

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‘This remarkable meditation on beautiful, human bodies formed by the violence of slavery and by colonial shame resists categorisation, even as it shows up the ways in which categories of race and...

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