New York Review of Books

Grant appears less as a neutral observer than as a nonviolent combatant in his memoir, I'm Black So You Don’t Have to Be

Arriving Without Belonging

Gary Younge reviews I’m Black So You Don’t Have to Be

Colin Grant’s new memoir explores the unfulfilled promises made to his migrant parents, and the limits of understanding between generations.

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Guardian Review

Guardian Review

In this article, the Guardian review Colin Grant’s sharp and nuanced memoir: I’m Black So You Don’t Have to Be

Got to keep those good vibraniums

Marvel’s follow-up to the successful Black Panther Wakanda Forever suggests that the Wakandan and Talokan custodians of vibranium, similarly to subjugated native peoples whose resources were exhausted by colonialism, have most to fear from rising tides and temperatures.