Saturday, 16 December 2017


Africanism is a story by author Patricia Bamurangirwa. It is the true story of how Patrica emigrated from Africa and how she was able to create a new life for herself in the UK.

Patrica's aim in authoring this book is a creditable and noble one: She wishes to help instill in the younger generation of people the confidence in themselves and their country.

It's target audience is a broad one. People who are from ethnic minority backgrounds and those who have not had to face the unique problems that can impinge on the lives of people who are from such backgrounds.

It also aims to bring to the attention of readers the current situation in Africa, of the problems faced by ordinary Africans, whilst their nations are ruined by violence and corruption.

It's an interesting book and will be of interest to not only the layman and laywoman but also to academics who study African and ethnic minority interests.

It's a well-written, important and inspirational book.

It's published by Matador at £10.99 and could be an interesting Christmas present and can be ordered here

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