Crow-black The autumn I turned eleven, in the second week of attending my new school, our council house was petrol-bombed in a sectarian hate crime. My mam, my wee brother, our adopted kitten and I just about made it out the door before losing all the power in our bodies. The home-made bomb had been […]
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