New from Aerial Publishing: Whitewashing my yellow bones by Nisi Daniels

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Whitewashing my yellow bones is the story of a South African woman whose parents were caught up in a bizarre racial experiment by the ruling Apartheid government.

The right for her to publicly tell her story has been contested by those who still see shame in their story.

One hundred thousand people crossed the colour line legally when invited to do so by the National Party in the aftermath of legislation that made it illegal for black people to occupy certain positions in the workplace.

This inhumane act severed families – separating brother and sister, mother and child – in a permanent legal classification that affected every aspect of daily life.

This novella is a emotive reflection on her adolescent years and her relationship with her parents, particularly her mother.

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