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Black-Brown Solidarity: Racial Politics in the New Gulf South Hardcover – January 6, 2014
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"The contemporary “postracial” United States Márquez explores in Black-Brown Solidarity doesn’t appear to crave critique at all, no matter how much progress might be gained from it. Nevertheless, Márquez provides a timely critique in this thorough investigation of histories of violent oppression, internalized colonization, multiracial coalitions and activism, and constructed identities." (Aztlan)
"This book enters the annals of important scholarship, making significant contributions to the literature." (Choice)
"Black-Brown Solidarity provokes the reader to rethink traditional perspectives about race, ethnicity, class, gender and justice as they relate to research, theory and political activism." (Ethnic and Racial Studies 2014-10-21)
About the Author
A Chicano and a native of the Gulf South, John D. Márquez is Assistant Professor in the Department of African American Studies at Northwestern University, where he is also a founding member of the Latina and Latino Studies Program.