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Lipsitz, George
How racism takes place / George Lipsitz
Philadelphia : Temple University Press, c2011
book jacket
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 3rd Floor  E185.615 .L5765 2011    AVAILABLE
Subject United States -- Race relations
United States -- Social conditions
Subject(s) Racism -- Economic aspects -- United States
Income distribution -- United States
African Americans -- Social conditions
African Americans -- Economic conditions
Human geography -- United States
Physical Description vi, 310 p. ; 23 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. [257]-289) and index
Contents Introduction: race, place, and power -- Social imaginaries and social relations -- The white spatial imaginary -- The Black spatial imaginary -- Spectatorship and citizenship -- Space, sports, and spectatorship in St. Louis -- The crime The wire couldn't name : social decay and cynical detachment in Baltimore -- A bridge for this book -- Weapons of the weak and weapons of the strong -- Visible archives -- Horace Tapscott and the world stage in Los Angeles -- John Biggers and project row houses in Houston -- Invisible archives -- Betye Saar's Los Angeles and Paule Marshall's Brooklyn -- Something left to love : Lorraine Hansberry's Chicago -- Race and place today -- New Orleans today : we know this place -- A place where everybody is somebody

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