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"Marvelously readable!" Corby Skinner, Yellowstone Public Radio. Learn the unforgettable story of a writer who used wit and humor to speak truth to power. When he moved to London In 1904, A.B.C. Merriman-Labor was determined to fight for social justice as he proved his talent on the world's greatest literary stage. His story offers a unique view of Edwardian London seen thr "Marvelously readable!" Corby Skinner, Yellowstone Public Radio. Learn the unforgettable story of a writer who used wit and humor to speak truth to power. When he moved to London In 1904, A.B.C. Merriman-Labor was determined to fight for social justice as he proved his talent on the world's greatest literary stage. His story offers a unique view of Edwardian London seen through African eyes and transports readers to an intriguing world of diversity, ingenuity, and struggle. This true story of creativity, passion, and resilience will move, shock, and inspire you. Written with great verve, An African in Imperial London is an enlightening account of what it meant to be black in the most powerful country in the world. Peter Stansky, Stanford University The moving and surprising story of A.B.C. Merriman-Labor. Edward Mendelson, Columbia University Elegantly written and meticulously researched for over seven years, this is an important addition to the history of Africans in Britain. Hakim Adi, University of Chichester A deep sense of humanity pervades this splendid biography. David Killingray, University of London A brilliant biography. Jacqueline Mulhallen, Counterfire.org


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"Marvelously readable!" Corby Skinner, Yellowstone Public Radio. Learn the unforgettable story of a writer who used wit and humor to speak truth to power. When he moved to London In 1904, A.B.C. Merriman-Labor was determined to fight for social justice as he proved his talent on the world's greatest literary stage. His story offers a unique view of Edwardian London seen thr "Marvelously readable!" Corby Skinner, Yellowstone Public Radio. Learn the unforgettable story of a writer who used wit and humor to speak truth to power. When he moved to London In 1904, A.B.C. Merriman-Labor was determined to fight for social justice as he proved his talent on the world's greatest literary stage. His story offers a unique view of Edwardian London seen through African eyes and transports readers to an intriguing world of diversity, ingenuity, and struggle. This true story of creativity, passion, and resilience will move, shock, and inspire you. Written with great verve, An African in Imperial London is an enlightening account of what it meant to be black in the most powerful country in the world. Peter Stansky, Stanford University The moving and surprising story of A.B.C. Merriman-Labor. Edward Mendelson, Columbia University Elegantly written and meticulously researched for over seven years, this is an important addition to the history of Africans in Britain. Hakim Adi, University of Chichester A deep sense of humanity pervades this splendid biography. David Killingray, University of London A brilliant biography. Jacqueline Mulhallen, Counterfire.org

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