Black Englishmen

To be identified as ‘Black’ is to take on a role from within a limited pool, arguably not created within the community to which it applies, but from outside. It is to see yourself, especially in the case of black men and boys, as a problem. It is to have no voice, to be marginalised and invisible.

This work is taken from the final dissertation for my MA. The full text is available if you want to read it, just drop me a line using the contact form.