Why Black People Tend to Shout: Cold Facts and Wry Views from a Black Man's World

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Carol Publishing Group, 1991 - Social Science - 200 pages
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Essays discuss racism, integration, AIDS, television, and Black culture, writers, performers, leaders, and athletes

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Though we can never truly know what it is to walk in another's shoes, Wiley does offer some interesting insights as to what its like to be a black male in America (c. 1990, anyway). I first came across his work on ESPN, so when I saw this I had to pick it up. Really glad I did... Read full review

Why black people tend to shout: cold facts and wry views from a black man's world

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Wiley, a senior writer for Sports Illustrated , offers his opinions and observations on a variety of current concerns affecting black Americans. He discusses such topics as racism, AIDS, politicians ... Read full review

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Why Black People Tend to Shout
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Hair
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Purple With a Purpose
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Copyright

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