Show your allyship with Sophie Williams

Do you want to be an anti-racist ally? 

This punchy, pocket-sized guide from Sophie Williams shows you how, whether you’re using your voice for the first time, or are looking for ways to keep the momentum and from make long lasting change. Coming this October.

To celebrate the publication of Anti Racist Allywe want to give you the opportunity to win a £50 voucher for Dark Sugars, a black-owned luxury chocolate company bringing us delicious quality chocolate without pretention, and with all the passion of West Africa’s rich and vibrant culture. Your prize will also include a tote bag, stickers and postcards from Sophie’s own merchandise range, where 100% of profits go to black causes! All you have to do is pre-order and let us know your order confirmation number below.


Anti Racist Ally Pre Order Competition

Anti Racist Ally is available for pre-order here.

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Walking the Invisible: The Charlotte Brontë Walk

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Karen Clarke’s Cat-and-Mouse Picks

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