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Race Manners: Navigating the Minefield Between Black and White Americans | [Bruce A. Jacobs]

Race Manners: Navigating the Minefield Between Black and White Americans

Talking about race relations is never easy. Bruce A. Jacobs has written a book that shows us how we can begin - not with lofty abstractions or policy arguments, but with practicality and directness. Completely revised and updated, this is a candid assessment of, and guide to, improving race relations, a book Kirkus Reviews called "shocking" and Publishers Weekly termed "a frank, intelligent guide".Read more
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In Race Manners: Navigating the Minefield Between Black and White Americans, Bruce A. Jacobs critically examines racial biases in modern America. While some people may shy away from talking openly about race, Jacobs strives to be fearless and honest. Kevin Kenerly's performance is extremely engaging. Deep and whispery, his voice is quite beautiful. At the same time, his pacing and volume are varied, which keeps listeners hanging on his every sentence. This audiobook is a crucial and intellectual look at important race issues facing us today in America.

Publisher's Summary

Talking about race relations is never easy. Bruce A. Jacobs has written a book that shows us how we can begin - not with lofty abstractions or policy arguments, but with practicality and directness. Completely revised and updated, this is a candid assessment of, and guide to, improving race relations, a book Kirkus Reviews called "shocking" and Publishers Weekly termed "a frank, intelligent guide".

©1999, 2006, 2011 Bruce A. Jacobs (P)2012 Audible, Inc.

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