American Paradox: Young Black Men
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American Paradox: Young Black Men

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Over a half-century since Ralph Ellison wrote the classic book Invisible Man, black men have been trying to become visible. In various ways, black men have sought to get the attention of the world. An intense quest to become seen, heard, and felt has manifested itself in rebellious and counterproductive behavior. Whether it is the baggy pants, the bandana, the braids in th...more
Unknown Binding, 227 pages
Published January 26th 2004 by Carolina Academic Press (first published January 2004)
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Andrew L.
Excellent book written by my good friend Renford Reese who I met in South Africa on a junket in 2000.
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i didn't even get past the first chapter. the analogies made were too ridiculous.
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