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Pauline Black’s memoir, Black By Design, is a fascinating story of identity politics, racial awareness, self-discovery and, yes, music. The lead singer for the legendary 2 Tone band, The Selecter, delivers a deep read, touching on adoption issues, race in Britain, and the groundbreaking 2 Tone musical movement that aimed to move the conversation — and the dance — beyond black and white. Raised by white adoptive parents, bi-racial Pauline Black tells of the questions, fears and...more

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