By Hsiao-Hung Pai
Contributor note: ahead by way of Benjamin Zephaniah
A emerging scourge to England’s social peace and multiculturalism, the English Defence League (EDL) has violently protested opposed to Islam when you consider that its inception.
In the superbly daring Angry White People, Hsiao-Hung Pai follows a gaggle of people who obtained stuck up within the wave of far-right road pursuits that begun in 2009. Pai investigated the increase of the EDL and different extremist businesses, falling in with a number of in their contributors and gazing their day by day lives.
Delving deep into 5 lives during this marginalized component to England’s white operating classification via learn and interviews, Pai uncovers whatever surprising—their xenophobic ideologies are usually not an aberration in smooth English society, yet quite an ever-present side that's continuously reproduced, rejuvenated, and mainstreamed by means of the media and political powers.
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