Five minutes to midnight: race and sport in the 1990s

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Madison Books, Apr 1, 1991 - Biography & Autobiography - 337 pages
The author recounts how he was personally attacked for his stand against racism in sports, explains how today's Black athletes are exploited, and looks back at the rivalry between the Boston Celtics and the Rens, an all Black team

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Five minutes to midnight: race and sport in the 1990s

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Lapchick, whose racial activism focused on sport issues and led to his current work as director of the Center for the Study of Sport in Society, does an outstanding job of tracing racism as it has ... Read full review

Contents

No Defense
3
Offensive Attack
15
Part Two The Aftermath of the Attack
23
Copyright

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