Killing Rage: Ending Racism
Penguin, 1996 - 277 páginas
A collection of 23 essays which address race and racism in American society, the majority of which are new, but also including important essays from the past twenty years. Covers such topics as the psychological trauma of racism, anti-Semitism and the internalised racism of the media. First published in the USA.
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KILLING RAGE: Ending RacismReseña de usuario - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Any new work by hooks (Art on My Mind, p. 534, etc.) is welcome, but her latest is a somewhat diffuse effort. From its promising two-edged title and an introduction in which hooks convincingly talks ... Leer reseña completa
Review: killing rage: Ending RacismReseña de usuario - Spicy T AKA Mr. Tea - Goodreads
After watching the George Zimmerman trial, while at the same time working with a disabled African American man and his family who was brutalized by the Rochester Police Department, I needed some ... Leer reseña completa