Why I Hate Abercrombie & Fitch: Essays On Race and Sexuality
NYU Press, 1 lut 2005 - 251
Reflections on the ways discriminatory hiring practices and racist ad campaigns seep into American life
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The chapter on Abercrombie & Fitch would not have been possible without the three former managers and assistant managers at three different Abercrombie stores (all in major urban areas) who generously shared their experiences with me in ...
So what we have effectively done is to rhetorically de-authorize or de-legitimize the victims of discrimination in our society from ever being able to speak authoritatively about their own experiences of discrimination.
Because while the particular racial markings of bodies may not theoretically matter (as if colorblindness were either desirable or achievable), the narratives, the experiences, the social, political, and economic dramas that animate our ...
It makes the work of summing up black life and experience (as if there were only one) or of getting a line on black folk much easier when there are the one or two people we can turn to for that perspective.
It takes voices invested in the stories and experiences of black men and women; black heterosexuals and black gays, lesbians, bisexuals, and transgender folk; middle-class blacks as well as the black poor, and working and upper classes; ...
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Dwight McBride in this three part essays compilation questions the credibility of the African –American Studies on the exclusion of the Black homosexual community from its work assembly and lets out a ... Przeczytaj pełną recenzję