Dark Witness: When Black People Should be Sacrificed (again)

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Ballantine Books, 1996 - Social Science - 334 pages
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"Like his literary forebears - Frederick Douglass, James Baldwin, Ralph Ellison, and yes, Mark Twain - Ralph Wiley has some information to purvey. The news is not always good. But with Wiley's electrifying take on subjects from the black intelligentsia to The Bell Curve to O.J., Dark Witness is certain to outrage, entertain, and ultimately enlighten. Wiley, heir to the long tradition of writer as activist, examines some of the most hotly debated issues of black life today and turns them inside out."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

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Using personal anecdotes, satirical commentary on American life, and analyses of headline-making news stories, Wiley (What Black People Should Do Now, LJ 9/1/93) attacks the myths and stereotypes of ... Read full review

Contents

Why Black People Are So Stupid
3
Whats Up with the Mad Mark Twain?
27
One Day When I Was on Exhibit
59
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

Ralph Wiley is the author or coauthor of several works, most recently "Born to Play: The Eric Davis Story,

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