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Live Stream: The History of Mary Prince (extract)

Written by Jo Spragg, 11th August 2020

Our Head of Learning & Quality, Clare Ellis, reads an extract from The History of Mary Prince. Published in 1831, this life narrative by Mary Prince is the first account of a black woman to be published in Britain.

Read the full extract in part 4 of our Bread & Roses anthology - download now.

The History of Mary Prince

Posted by The Reader on Tuesday, August 11, 2020

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