Guardian interview with Colin Grant


‘My father ruled through pain’: Colin Grant on the stories behind I’m Black So You Don’t Have to Be

As a child he knew both love and violence; as an adult, both recognition and rejection. The writer talks about his marijuana-dealer father, his clashes at the BBC and the police stop-and-searches that drove him out of London

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