Everyday Racism: Reports from Women of Two Cultures

Everyday Racism: Reports from Women of Two Cultures

by Gloria I. Joseph, Qalagraphia, Cynthia Jaffe, Philomena Essed

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Essed (Center for Race and Ethnic Studies, Amsterdam) wishes to create an awareness of racism in the Netherlands by contrasting the ``experienced reality'' of the Surinamese women minority there with that of African-American women in the United States. She interviewed 25 women, 14 Surinamese and 11 African-American. Her examination is neither intended as a theoretical treatise on racism nor a representative study of the issue in either country. It functions as a foundation for further research in the Netherlands and as a balance to more theoretical works. Recommended for multicultural women's studies collections.--Frada L. Mozenter, Univ. of North Carolina at Charlotte Lib.

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