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Malorie Blackman Faces Racist Abuse After Call To Diversify Children's Books

Posted at 8:42AM Wednesday 27 Aug 2014

Children's laureate vows she will not be silenced by 'hatred, threats and vitriol' after appealing for more representative range of fictional characters

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