Race in America
Many Americans believe they're living in a post-racial society, pointing to the election of Barack Obama to the presidency as evidence. Others believe that, despite the advances achieved by the civil rights movement, people of color are treated as second-class citizens. Is race overemphasized in America? Have government programs and policies done enough to level the playing field? Can the United States, a country that lives by the credo that all men are created equal, ever overcome its legacy of racism? Readers of this multifaceted anthology will be given the tools to form their own opinions about these complex issues.
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|Sodus Community Library||305.8009 HEN (Text)