Looking at the high level of African youth leaving the shores of Africa to Europe to seek for greener pastures and battling with everyday trauma of settling down within these countries, constantly being chased with abusive words, raising families who by birth become nationals, all these frustrating modern day trends can be tracked down to history, meaning, it didn’t start just today.
Norwegian born writer of Ghanaian, English and Jewish heritage, Afua Hirsch explored these critical issues in her new 384 Pages book christened ‘Brit(ish)’ which is set to be launched on the first day of February of this year.
These issues are up for discussions on major platforms around the world, but, it seems no one has actually found a solution around it or let’s just say some parts of the world are finding it hard to come to terms with living in multicultural societies surrounded by neighbours, friends to a large extent some family members of different race or color.
The 35-year old former correspondent for the British newspaper The Guardian opens up the issues as she investigates and explores identity crisis that Great Britain is facing. How many days more to February? we can’t wait to grab our copies.
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