Noughts & Crosses (novel series) - WikipediaNoughts and Crosses. She has one sister, Minerva, who she calls "Minnie". Her mother's name is Jasmine. She goes to Heathcroft High school with her best friend, Callum McGregor, who she falls in love with. She is a teenager in the book.
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How did you come up with the idea for Noughts and Crosses? About how attitudes way back when, still influence all our lives and the way we think and live today. I really believe the subject of slavery is terribly important — especially in this day and age. I think it gives a context to modern day Western World thinking and attitudes regarding other races and cultures. But the comments and feedback I received planted the seed of the idea for Noughts and Crosses in my mind.
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The series describes an alternative history in which African people had gained a technological and organisational advantage over the European people , rather than the other way around, with Africans having made Europeans their slaves. The series takes place in an alternative 21st-century Britain. At the time of the series, slavery had been abolished for some time, but segregation, similar to the Jim Crow Laws, continues to operate to keep the crosses dark-skinned people in control of the noughts lighter-skinned people. An international organisation, the Pangaean Economic Community, exists. Seeming to be similar to the United Nations in scope but similar to the European Union in powers, it is playing a role in forcing change by directives and boycotts.