In the coal mining and shipbuilding streets of Newcastle Upon Tyne, England, 12-year-old Kevin Brewerton, who has been raised by his maternal, white grandparents learns that he is the son of a Black African father. This revelation launches Brewerton on an odyssey to find his biological father and, ultimately, find peace and meaning in his life. The skills he develops while training in martial arts transcend the fighting canvas and title of Kickboxing Champion of the World, profoundly shaping every aspect of Kevin’s life to eventually find reconciliation

These Are African Hands