Why Black People Tend to Shout: Cold Facts and Wry Views from a Black Man's World

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Carol Publishing Group, 1991 - Social Science - 200 pages
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Essays discuss racism, integration, AIDS, television, and Black culture, writers, performers, leaders, and athletes

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User Review  - ScoutJ - LibraryThing

Though we can never truly know what it is to walk in another's shoes, Wiley does offer some interesting insights as to what its like to be a black male in America (c. 1990, anyway). I first came across his work on ESPN, so when I saw this I had to pick it up. Really glad I did... Read full review

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User Review  - Dave Peticolas - Goodreads

Sharp essays on race by the late Ralph Wiley, who was one of the last 20 true NBA fans, at least according to Bill Simmons. But then, Bill Simmons would know. Read full review

Contents

Why Black People Tend to Shout
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Hair
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Purple With a Purpose
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Copyright

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