Author Nicola Rollock on everyday racism in her new book ‘The Racial Code’
23 October 2022 | 1:19 pm
It’s a book that’s been described by one critic as helping them to understand the microaggressions that people of colour routinely face on a daily basis. It is a collection of short stories, centered around race, which although fictional have a real meaning and message.
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