|1||The Many Costs of White Racism||6|
|2||The Psychological and Energy Costs of Contemporary Racism||39|
|3||The Physical Health Consequences of Racism||65|
|4||The Family and Community Costs of Racism||94|
|5||Fighting and Managing Everyday Racism: An Array of Strategies||119|
|6||Combating Racism: Active Behavioral Strategies||147|
|7||Racism and the U.S. Health Care System||180|
|About the Authors||250|
Many Costs of Racism / Edition 256by Joe R. Feagin
Pub. Date: 10/28/2002
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
From The New York Times
Casting race primarily as an issue of etiquette or therapy, rather than of justice or equality, has diverted attention from the deeper problems of poverty, violence, and continued inequality and discrimination. In this sobering analysis, Race Experts illuminates how far away we are from the real race issue that deserve our attention.
From The New York Times Book Review: "Race Experts is the first book to link together America's two favorite conversations, the one about self-help and the one about race. There is enough sloppy thinking and posturing on both subjects to make this book an effective and necessary one."
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