Urban Theory: Critical Thoughts in America

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Wordclay, Jul 1, 2008 - Social Science - 128 pages
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In "Urban Theory" both Mallory and Boone write their opinions in short essays and poetry on topics such as Hurricane Katrina, September 11, Tupac Shakur, the Virginia Tech Massacre, Don Imus, the "N" word, the Gaza strip, Paris Hilton, basketball, African-American love and family and other issues in the American experience.

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Kurt Boone has written over 350 poems. He's been noted in New York Daily News, Newsday, ABC TV, McCreary Report, QBR and New York Amsterdam News. A former marketing representative for the Harlem Book Fair, Kurt published his first collection of poetry entitled "Looking For Myself" in 1996. His other books include "Inside Grand Central Terminal" and is the co-author of "New York Alleycats" (with photography by Amy Bolger) and "Urban Theory: Critical Thoughts In America" by Noreen Mallory. He lives in Cambria Heights, NY.

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