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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This time, however, instead of feeling the sting of resentment and anger that I did upon witnessing a similar declaration in that infamous roundtable of the sisters scene in Spike Lee's 1991 movie, Jungle 17.
of the sisters scene in Spike Lee's 1991 movie, Jungle Fever, I was able to step back and take a look at a much more troubling issue. In this public discussion of the black community, of black intimacy, of black class issues, ...
Indeed, we are in a moment now when this critical sensibility called black queer studies is self-consciously in search of a usable past to define and clarify the significance of its arrival onto the scene in its current incarnation.
Consider the following scene from David's visit to the American Express office in Paris, and In other words, Baldwin revises W. E. B. Du Bois's question “How does it feel to be a problem?” For Baldwin, it is not “the strange meaning of ...
Consider the scene when they are reunited at the train station in Paris: I had hoped that when I saw her something instantaneous, definitive, would have happened in me, something to make me know where I should be and where I was.
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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