Title: The Black Scholar (Volume 36 Number 4, ...
Publisher: The Black World Foundation, San Francisco, CA
Publication Date: 2006
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Fine
Edition: 1st Edition
A left-stapled magazine containing 64 internal pages. Special Issue on Hurricane Katrina. The contents are: Introduction to The Black Scholar Special Issue on Hurricane Katrina: High Tide of a New Racial Formation by Guest Editor Sundiata Keita Cha-jua; The Wretched of the Gulf: Racism, Technological Dramas, and Black Politics of Technology by Rayvon Fouche; Post-Katrina Housing Problems, Policies, and Prospects for African-Americans in New Orleans by Lisa K. Bates; "Bush Doesn't Care About Black People": Race, Class, and Attributions of Responsibility in the Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina by Brendesha Tynes, Carla Hunter, Helen A. Neville, and M. Nicole Coleman; Natural Versus Social Phenomena: Cuba and the Lessons of Katrina by August Nimitz; Katrina 101: A Black Studies Curriculum Challenge by Abdul Alkalimat; Books Received; Classifieds; Contributing Authors. Small narrow mailing label to rear cover. Bookseller Inventory # 008357
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