The Crisis in Black and Black

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Middle Passage Press, 1998 - Social Science - 219 pages
Discusses the conflicts within the black community which divide many African-Americans from one another, including those between "the black middle class and the poor; black women and black men; the black intellectual elite and the black rappers and gang leaders; black politicians and the politically aliented black urban poor; and black conservatives and black liberals/radicals."--Jacket.

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THE CRISIS IN BLACK AND BLACK

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paper 1-881032-15-9 Pundit Hutchinson picks up where he left off in The Assassination of the Black Male Image (1996) with a series of polemical essays on matters racial. Nearly 40 years ago, Charles ... Read full review

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Hutchinson (The Assassination of the Black Male Image, LJ 10/19/6) brings together current themes of black identity with the events of the past few years and puts them into perspective. The author ... Read full review

Contents

Our Own Worst EnemyAn Overview
1
Understanding a Clarence Thomas
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Rethinking the Million Man March
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Copyright

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