Black Power in Bermuda: The Struggle for Decolonization
Springer, 2009 M12 21 - 240 páginas
This book examines the impact of Black Power on the British colony of Bermuda, where the 1972-73 assassinations of its British Police Commissioner and Governor reflected the Movement's denouncement of British imperialism and the island's racist and oligarchic society.
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