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  • CARRY-BEYOND REFLECTIONS: an audiography by Lezlee Lyrix (Paperback) by W. A. A. Henry
  • This is a journey into the life of Lezlee Lyrix - not only through the rich and vivid descriptions that he uses to share moments of his coming of age, as a young man of Jamaican parentage in the UK. The work also gives insight into the profound and critical thoughts of a man, who shares his narrative by taking us through a lyrical adventure into the black experience in Britain.              Sireita Mullings
Paperback: 176 pages
  • Publisher: Nu-Beyond Ltd: Learning By Choice!
  • (July 2012) 
  •  Language English  
  •  ISBN: 9780955409424 
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    THE UNCANNY CANDROIDS, written by Carib Ian (2012)

    In the Uncanny Candroids the reader joins Araya, an 11 year old girl,
    on an out of this world journey as life takes a surprising twist
    when she least expects it! In this gripping tale Araya faces
    unexpected challenges and has to bravely use all her skills to
    protect her family from danger, when an ordinary trip to the shops
    for a tin of beans brings more than she bargains for. A great read
    for children of all ages!

    Paperback: 80 pages
    Publisher: Nu-Beyond Ltd: Learning By Choice!
    (July 2012)
    Language English
    ISBN: 9780955409431
    Price £2.99 and to purchase a copy please contact: info@nubeyond.com
     
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    Whiteness Made Simple: Stepping into the Grey Zone (Paperback) by William (Lez) Henry

    In this book Dr. William (Lez) Henry provides an alternative take on whiteness by demystifying its historical role and influence on human relationships in the world today. He considers the privilege of being racially classified as white and explains it from a black perspective suggesting, “Whiteness is the ever-present non-presence that moulds and shapes reality.” Rey Bowen, Learning By Choice
     
    Paperback: 186 pages
    Publisher: Nu-Beyond Ltd: Learning By Choice!
    (Oct 2007)
    Language English
    ISBN: 9780955409417
      
     

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     What the Deejay Said: A Critique from the Street! (Paperback) by William (Lez) Henry

    Dr. William (Lezlee Lyrix) Henry, presents the first book ever written by a Reggae Dancehall Deejay, that explains the central role Jamaican culture played in shaping the black cultural politics of the 1970s and 1980s in the UK.

    He challenges and refutes much that was said about black youths during this period by 'experts' on race and successfully combines auto-biographical reflections with the lyricism of many of the pioneers who 'chatted' on Reggae Sound Systems.

    This book documents for the first time a 'hidden history' of the black expereince in Britain that shows how black youth were not content to merely resist institutionalised racism, in the land of their birth, but laid the foundations to transcend it as well. A must read for for all students of life.

    Paperback: 268 pages
    Publisher: Nu-Beyond Ltd: Learning By Choice! (Oct 2006)
    Language English
    ISBN: 9780955409403
     

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