Migration Journeys Through Black British History Hardback
This book written by Millie Mensah helps you uncover the journeys that define Black British History in this informative, boldly illustrated collection of migration stories.
Learn the incredible untold stories of the people, places and journeys that shaped Britain, and be inspired to continue learning beyond the page.
Discover how migration has been part of British history right from the start. Did you know Black people lived in Britain during Roman times? Or that there was a Black trumpeter in Henry VIII's court? Find out more in this fascinating guide to Britain's diverse history.
Discover the Black British people who campaigned for the abolition of slavery in the 18th century, like Olaudah Equiano. Find out what brought people to Britain in the 20th century and what life was like for them. Learn how migration is important to Britain's identity and history, and how it continues today. This book features a foreword from Maro Itoje, bright, bold illustrations and extra facts at the back, including a timeline and glossary of key terms.
Part of The Black Curriculum series with information presented in an engaging, accessible format with text that is suitable for children ages 8+ but the tone will continue to appeal to children up to the age of 16.
Hardback 80 pages
Size: 17.6 x 22.4cm
Publisher: DK Children