This scholarly audiobook looks at racism and why it still exists. Racism, in one way or another, is still existent today: even after 50-plus years of being laid to rest. With a powerful, influential person such as Martin Luther King, Jr, one would think racism were a thing of the past. This isn't true however; it still exists, and exploitation is the primary reasons as to why it still exists.
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I loved how this book really brought upon the true facts and feelings of the African-American population.
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All racists people in America should really listen to this audiobook. Before becoming racist, it's important to look at both sides of the story to really understand it. Racism can be solved using solutions in this book. I really believe so!
Misses key components of how racism operates. Such a topic should be given the depth it needs to really tackle the complexity of this issue. Trying to simplify it down to 13min does a disservice to really understanding how racism operated in society. Omi & Winant's "Racial Formation" or Beverly Tatum's "Why Are All The Black Kids Sitting Together..." are great books & give the complexity of this issue a thorough look ...
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