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Hi! My Name Is Loco and I Am A Racist Paperback – January 15, 2012
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Baye McNeil (a.k.a. Loco) is an author, columnist, freelance writer and blogger from Brooklyn. He graduated from Long Island University in Brooklyn, NY with a degree in English and Communications. He's resided the better part of a decade in Yokohama, Japan, where he teaches junior high school English. He's a columnist for The Japan Times and also continues to blog about life as a foreigner, a New Yorker and a black man living on a tiny homogenous island. For more information visit: www.bayemcneil.com This is his first book. He is currently working on his 2nd about the jubilation and tribulations of teaching in Japan.
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A great read and a wild ride...
This book is not only an insightful view of the Japanese society and the life of an expatriate there, it's also a truly inspiring reflection on racism, far beyond the Manichaean, black or white conception we have of it.
It helps you cast a light on your own prejudices, whether you know them or not, while also giving you the opportunity of discovering the day to day Japanese society.
Travel without moving and grow up while doing so.
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