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From the PublisherBooks about the Internet are plentiful, but Everett has written one of the best, most-informative works on the black experience-in particular that of African diasporic populations-in cyberspace ... A fascinating book for anyone interested in communications/media or African studies.— CHOICE
"Clearly well-researched, with copious end notes and list of references."— Multicultural Revie
"This is a well-balanced and fascinating study. Everett provides both a utopian call to arms and a thorough criticism of the manner in which corporate capitalism, the mainstream media, and the forces of racism still work to marginalize the contributions and activism of African American intellectuals, journalists, video game makers, and grassroots organizers."— David Desser, coauthor of American Jewish Filmmakers, Second Edition"