Highlighting the female voice in the public discourse on race, a collection of twenty-three of bell hooks's most significant and recent writings addresses the difficulties of racism and envisions a world without racism. 50,000 first printing. Tour.
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Bell Hooks, the influential writer of Ain't I A Woman?, offers a black and feminist perspective on the issue of race in America. Throughout the 23 essays, Hooks seeks a way out of the cycle of racism. A provocative voice seeking wisdom in the din, she boldly asserts "this nation can be transformed... we can resist racism and in the act of resistance recover ourselves and be renewed."About the Author:
bell hooks is Distinguished Professor of English at City College of New York. She is the author of the memoir Bone Black as well as eleven other books. She lives in New York City.
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