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Relinquishing blackness : the class divide in Black America

Author: Michael Eric Dyson; C-SPAN2 (Television network)
Publisher: West Lafayette, IN : C-SPAN Archives, ©2005.
Series: Book tv.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English
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A panel discusses whether comedian Bill Cosby's comments on the lower class illustrate a division in Black America. Issues such as stereotypes and personal responsibility versus economic conditions are debated. The panelists also respond to questions from members of the audience. Mr. Jackson moderates the panel. Michael Eric Dyson is the author of Is Bill Cosby right?. Juan Williams is the author of My soul looks  Read more...
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Eric Dyson; C-SPAN2 (Television network)
OCLC Number: 62877323
Performer(s): Speakers: Cora Daniels, Michael Eric Dyson, Chris Jackson, Charisse Jones, Janis F. Kearney, Max Rodriguez.
Event notes: Recorded July 23, 2005, New York, N.Y.
Description: 1 videodisc (76 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD.
Series Title: Book tv.
Other Titles: Class divide in Black America
Responsibility: C-SPAN2.

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A panel discusses whether comedian Bill Cosby's comments on the lower class illustrate a division in Black America. Issues such as stereotypes and personal responsibility versus economic conditions are debated. The panelists also respond to questions from members of the audience. Mr. Jackson moderates the panel. Michael Eric Dyson is the author of Is Bill Cosby right?. Juan Williams is the author of My soul looks back in wonder. Cora Daniels is the author of Black Power Inc: the new voice of success. Janice Kearney is the author of Cotton field of dreams. Charisse Jones is the author of Shifting: the double lives of Black women in America. Max Rodriquez makes introductory remarks to open the fair.

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