2001 Race Odyssey: African Americans and Sociology
Bruce R. Hare
Syracuse University Press, 2002 - Social Science - 409 pages
This collection of works is a comprehensive look at the African American way of life, African American scholarship, and African American sociologists. These seventeen essays by African American sociologists bring into sharp focus the continuing significance of racism in America as it affects the lives and opportunities of African Americans and all Americans in the new century.
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