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Hardback:Black sheep, a story of rural racism, identity and hope:2022 Hardback Black sheep, a story of rural racism, identity and hope
Black sheep, a story of rural racism, identity and hope
Author: Pace-Humphreys
Publication year: 2022
Media class: Hardback
Publisher: Quercus
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Sabrina Pace-Humphreys is a 43-year-old mother of four and grandmother of two, an award-winning businesswoman, an ultrarunner, a social justice activist and a recovering alcoholic. She is a mixed-raced woman, the daughter of a white Scottish Roman Catholic woman and a Black Church of England man. When she was two, her parents separated and Sabrina, her mother and her white-presenting younger sister moved to a small market town where no-one looked like her. From as young as she can remember, she was the subject of verbal and physical racist abuse. In 'Black Sheep', Sabrina reveals how she got from there to here: about growing up in a home, a school and a town where no-one looked like her and her subsequent struggle to understand and find her identity.

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