The Black Elite: Still Facing the Color Line in the Twenty-First Century / Edition 2by Lois Benjamin
This book focuses on the subjective side of success of black professionals and it documents that no matter how much money, power, or prestige, racism is still a salient issue in their lives.See more details below
This book focuses on the subjective side of success of black professionals and it documents that no matter how much money, power, or prestige, racism is still a salient issue in their lives.
- Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
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- Second Edition
- Product dimensions:
- 5.52(w) x 8.10(h) x 0.97(d)
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 The Color Line as Reality: Race Lessons, Patterns, and Propositions Chapter 2 Manifestations of the Color Line: The Impact of Violence Chapter 3 The Color Line Across the World of Work Chapter 4 The Color Line Across the World of Academe Chapter 5 The Color Line in Social, Religious, and Family Life Chapter 6 Gender Politics through the Eyes of Black Women Chapter 7 Styles of Coping Chapter 8 Beyond the Color Line: An Alternative Vision Chapter 9 Exemplary Visionaries: A Candle of Collective Consciousness Chapter 10 The Color Line in the Twenty-First Century: Generational Differences
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