By Diana Watt,Adele D. Jones
Two lecturers, lively in Abasindi for many years, describe and examine its demanding situations and achievements.
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Catching Hell and Doing Well: Black women in the UK - the Abasindi Cooperative by Diana Watt,Adele D. Jones