Seeing Clearly Without Being Blinded: Obstacles to Black Self-Examination

Hill, Renée A.
March 2003
Journal of Negro Education;Spring2003, Vol. 72 Issue 2, p208
Academic Journal
Attempts to systematize and analyze observations of assumptions that African Americans may bring to racial dialogues which may hinder their movement forward in a racist society. Racial preconceptions; African American attitudes toward the black-white dialogue; Role of dialogue in overcoming racism.


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