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8vo - 23 x 15 cm.; 324 pp. Index. The "Heaven" in the songs of the slaves in the southern US was the end of the underground railroad, Canada. This image of Canada is still alive, but, does it deliver? This is an account of the troubled state of race relations in a modern Canada by one who immigrated from Barbados. Foster is a respected journalist and broadcaster. Some light general wear; a nice copy of this book.
Title: A Place Called Heaven: The Meaning of Being Black in Canada.
Edition: First Edition
Publisher: Toronto, Ontario., Harpercollins.: 1996
ISBN Number: 000638028X
ISBN Number 13: 9780006380283
Book Condition: Very Good
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 4556
Keywords: Cecil Foster Canada Black Racism Race Relations Integration Segregation Caribana