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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Rocklin, Calif. : Prima Pub., c1997
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Peter Collier; David Horowitz
|Description:||x, 230 p. ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Race card / Peter Collier and David Horowitz --
True lies / Cristopher Rapp --
Free mumia? / Paul Mulshine --
Death in Berkeley / Kate Coleman --
Writing about Black Panthers and Black people / Hugh Pearson --
Slipping through the crack : race and the war on drugs / Cristopher Rapp --
Afro-fascism on the rise / Ward Parks --
Making Black supremacist NOIse / G. J. Krupey --
Government subsidies for the Nation of Islam / Matthew Robinson --
When Louis met Tom / Deroy Murdock --
Afrocentric curriculum / K. L. Billingsley --
Queen of Afrocentrism / G. J. Krupey --
Racism in academia / David Horowitz --
Red and the Black / Peter Collier --
Clarence Page's race problem, and mine / David Horowitz --
Politically correct Jim Crow at Cornell University / Kenneth Lee --
Black-on-white crime / G. J. Krupey.
|Responsibility:||edited by Peter Collier and David Horowitz.|
multiculturalism, are entering the reading lists of schools across the country. We're left to wonder whether our nation has become so race obsessed that it has lost its ability to distinguish right from wrong. Included are unflinching reports on Angela Davis, the Lenin Prize winner and pseudo-scholar who's honored with an endowed chair by the University of California; Mumia Abu-Jamal, Philadelphia's media-genic cop killer and cause celebre for Hollywood actors; and the.
alarming ease with which revisionist pop culture canonizes a Black Panther Party whose bloody, violent past continues to haunt its victims.