“This book is both incredibly necessary, and profoundly disturbing. Perry does a beautiful job at respectfully excerpting from her extensive interview data [to] remind us that the hurt, humiliation, and violence is on-going, and that solving the problem is a daunting, collective, responsibility.” —Law and Politics Book Review"A great example to researchers and oral historians of how collected histories can be a powerful catalyst for social change." —Oral History Review“Barbara Perry does a good job of shedding light on a topic that is usually ignored by the mainstream.” — Tribal College Journal
About the Author
Barbara Perry is Professor of Criminology, Justice, and Policy Studies at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology in Oshawa, Ontario. She has written extensively in the area of inequality and justice, with a particular emphasis on hate crime. She is the author of In the Name of Hate: Understanding Hate Crime and is the editor of Hate and Bias Crime: A Reader.