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- THE WELLSPRING OF RACIAL INEQUALITY. Darity Jr., William // Review of Black Political Economy;Fall2004, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p61
Presents views on the book "The Anatomy of Racial Inequality," by Glenn Loury. Comparison of skills between African Americans and whites; Distinction between discrimination in contract and in contact; Discussion of the statistical theory of discrimination.
- Breaking ranks. Higgins, Richard // Christian Century;12/18/2002, Vol. 119 Issue 26, p32
Features Afro-American author Glenn C. Loury. Description of his Christian life; Views on the negative impact of racial stigma on the soul of an individual; Factors which contributed to his conversion into Christianity.
- Reverse Racism, or How the Pot Got to Call the Kettle Black. Fish, Stanley // New Crisis (15591603);Jan/Feb2000, Vol. 107 Issue 1, p14
Focuses on the reverse racism of whites by African-Americans. Speech of former United States President George Bush on the special status claimed by Afro-Americans; Political aspects of reverse racism; Reality of discrimination
- MJ, Kobe and Ota Benga: Continuing teh US War Against Black Men. Reed, Ishmael // Black Renaissance/Renaissance Noire;Spring/Summer2004, Vol. 5 Issue 3, p43
Discusses the issue of discrimination against black Americans in the U.S. Careless defamation of a black man's reputation; Irrational hatred of feminists toward black men; Bias of mass media toward black celebrities.
- Other Nature: Resistance to Ecological Hegemony in Charles W. Chesnutt's "The Conjure Woman." Myers, Jeffrey // African American Review;Spring2003, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p5
This article presents criticism of Charles W. Chesnutt's 1899 volume of short stories "The Conjure Woman." It features exploitation by whites of the natural landscape and former slaves after the Civil War. The collection also highlights African American traditions of magical spirituality, which...
- For Brothers Only. Leavy, Walter // Ebony;Sep2000, Vol. 55 Issue 11, p24
Deals with the racial discrimination experienced by African Americans. Discrimination in the enforcement of criminal justice; Ways to cope with racism; Efforts of African Americans to search for equal opportunities.
- Profiles of punishment and privilege: secret and disputed deviance during the racialized transition to American adulthood. Hagan, John; Foster, Holly // Crime, Law & Social Change;Sep2006, Vol. 46 Issue 1/2, p65
This paper combines Glenn Louryï¿½s ( The anatomy of racial inequality. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2002) thought experiments about racial inequality with Howard Beckerï¿½s ( Outsiders: Studies in the sociology of deviance. New York, NY: Free, 1963) typology of deviance to...
- Overcoming Poverty, Racism, and Inequality through Asset Accumulation. Bynum, William J. // Harvard Journal of African American Public Policy;Summer2004, Vol. 10, p33
The difference in the asset holdings of black and white Amen cans is startling. When people control assets, they have a sense of owners hip, power, and hope for the future that profoundly affects the way they conduct their lives. Recommendations to over- come the racial divide include public...
- Memory can turn history into myths. Page, Clarence // Caribbean Business;2/3/2011, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p25
The author offers her opinion on the observation of Black History Month in the U.S. She states that she is alarmed by the lack of effort to remember the country's racial epic of sorrow and triumph. She offers an anecdote wherein a nine-year old black South Carolina kid was rejected from...