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Our Souls to Keep: Black/White Relations in America

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In this personal and practical look at black/white relations in the United States, Dr. George Henderson examines differences between blacks and whites from a cross-cultural perspective. Written for white Americans, the goal of Our Souls to Keep: Black/White Relations in America is not to belabor the problems of race but rather to discuss the impact of these differences and ...more
Paperback, 276 pages
Published November 1st 1998 by Intercultural Press (first published October 1998)
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I was assigned this book in one of my HR/IR classes...and I'm tremendously enriched by it.
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Dr. George Henderson is a professor emeritus and former dean of the University of Oklahoma. He earned a Ph.D. in educational sociology from Wayne State University in Detroit, is the author or co-author of 30+ books and 50+ articles and has accumulated several awards and honorary degrees. Dr. Henderson created the Human Relations Program at the University of Oklahoma and n 2001, the University esta ...more