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  • SubGenre:Black Studies (Global)
  • Language:English
  • Pages:92
  • Format:Paperback
  • Paperback ISBN:9781543908114

The Only Black Man There

by Victor Smith Jr.

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One of the few young black male psychologists explores his experiences as a black man and his response to racism.
In this simultaneously intellectual and ghetto work, Victor Smith opens up the long time coming discussion regarding race and culture in the United States, particularly from the perspective of being the only black man there. With a unique outlook and attitude, Smith will challenge your previously held assumptions and beliefs. He argues that there are connections - if you look for them - between history, popular culture, and the treatment of black men in American society.
About the author
Victor Smith is the cutting edge when considered in modern day intellectual circles. He grew up in an era that saw the rise and fall of black men and black families in the inner city. Today, he is an educated grass roots black man from the San Francisco Bay Area. He has a unique perspective on education, race, and popular culture, all of which are explored in his first book, The Only Black Man There.
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