How Race Is Lived in America : Whether it's the merger of a white church with a black church in the South, the hip-hop dreams of a suburban white teenager, or the struggles of a bi-racial partnership in a high-tech start-up, race relations continue to permeate American lives. To capture the role of race in the nation's landscape, The New York Times made a virtually unprecedented commitment of talent and resources. Powerful yet intimate, How Race is Lived in America presents the real voices of America speaking out on the impact of race in their daily lives. The stories in this volume are enhanced by additional commentary from the writers, photographers, and editors; results and analysis of an extensive Times poll on attitudes about race; and selected reader response. Together they offer a highly personal yet panoramic view of real-world conflict and aspiration.
|Social Science||Discrimination & Racism|
|Social Science||Ethnic Studies - Various|