A searing critique of definitions of black masculinity at work in American culture, "Race Men" shows how these defining images play out socially, ...Show synopsisA searing critique of definitions of black masculinity at work in American culture, "Race Men" shows how these defining images play out socially, culturally, and politically for black and white society--and how they exclude women altogether. A powerful statement by a major voice among black feminists, "Race Men" holds out the hope that by understanding how society has relied upon affirmations of masculinity to resolve social and political crises, we can learn to transcend them.Hide synopsis
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Description:New. This item is printed on demand. Who are the "race men"...New. This item is printed on demand. Who are the "race men" standing for black America? It is a question Hazel Carby rejects, along with its long-standing assumption: that a particular type of black male can represent the race. A searing critique of definitio.
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