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“Straightforward, accessible and sensible, free of . . . ideological cant and posturing.” — New York Times Book Review
informative book but i only bought it because I needed it for school.Published 2 months ago by erik Castillo
The title says a lot and maybe too much. Either condition results in the same issues; either Black or Poor in the inner city.Published 7 months ago by RBLFowler
I like the book, however, there are no pages numbers so I can not site the page. This teaches me that I can not use Amazon for educational purposes because I need to site my... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Rosemarie Reid
This book was very well written! I enjoyed leading facts about the African American's. William does a outstanding job showing the challenges to be Black.Published on February 8, 2013 by Calvin
Excellent explanation of the dynamics associated with systemic (structural) racism and personal responsibility and the change poor minorities face in AmericaPublished on December 23, 2012 by Robert Caldwell