Black Americans

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Prentice Hall, 2000 - History - 274 pages
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This comprehensive and contemporary book presents a brief yet complete assessment of the lives of African Americans in the United States. Covers many areas, including anthropology, history, economics, political science and other pertinent areas relevant to what might be called “the Black Experience in America” . Sections in this reader-friendly book include homelessness, homicide as a public health problem, the prevalence of police brutality, and capital punishment. For anyone interested in learning more about race relations, black studies, black history, and black culture.

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