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The Resource Nation of cowards : black activism in Barack Obama's post-racial America, David Ikard and Martell Teasley

Nation of cowards : black activism in Barack Obama's post-racial America, David Ikard and Martell Teasley

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Nation of cowards : black activism in Barack Obama's post-racial America
Title
Nation of cowards
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black activism in Barack Obama's post-racial America
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David Ikard and Martell Teasley
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eng
Summary
In a speech from which Nation of Cowards derives its title, Attorney General Eric Holder argued forcefully that Americans today need to talk more-not less-about racism. This appeal for candid talk about race exposes the paradox of Barack Obama's historic rise to the US presidency and the ever-increasing social and economic instability of African American communities. David H. Ikard and Martell Lee Teasley maintain that such a conversation can take place only with passionate and organized pressure from black Americans, and that neither Obama nor any political figure is likely to be in the fo
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non fiction
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Blacks in the diaspora
Nation of cowards : black activism in Barack Obama's post-racial America, David Ikard and Martell Teasley
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Nation of cowards : black activism in Barack Obama's post-racial America, David Ikard and Martell Teasley
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctt16gzdjz
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
Introduction : is America a nation of cowards or has Attorney General Eric Holder lost his mind? -- The teaching moment that never was : Henry Louis Gates, Barack Obama, and the post-racial dilemma -- "I know what's in his heart" : enlightened exceptionalism and the problem with using Barack Obama as the racial litmus test for Black progress and achievement -- The audacity of Reverend Wright : speaking truth to power in the twenty-first century -- Setting the record straight : why Barack Obama and America cannot afford to ignore a Black agenda -- Pull yourself up by your bootstraps : Barack Obama, the Black poor, and the problems of racial common sense thinking
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9781282241978
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