Malik, Kenan. (2009, ©2008) Strange fruit :why both sides are wrong in the race debate Oxford : Oneworld,MLA Citation
Malik, Kenan. Strange Fruit: Why Both Sides Are Wrong In The Race Debate. Oxford : Oneworld, 2009, ©2008. Print.
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Strange fruit : why both sides are wrong in the race debate /
|Main Author:||Malik, Kenan|
|Published:||Oxford : Oneworld, 2009, ©2008.|
|Edition:||1st trade paperback ed.|
|Topics:||Race. | Race relations. | Group identity. | Multiculturalism. | Race. | Relations raciales. | Identité collective. | Multiculturalisme. | Etnicitet. | Rasrelationer.|
|Main Author:||Malik, Kenan, 1960-|
|Physical Description:||341 pages ; 20 cm
|Includes:||Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Summary:||Debates about race are back and they're only getting bigger. There has recently been a massive upsurge in scientific racial research. The US government has licensed a heart drug to be used only on African Americans. A genetic study claims that Jews are more intelligent because their history of financial occupations favored genes associated with cleverness. Malik argues that this rise in racial ideas is paradoxically due to the efforts of liberal anti-racism.
|Notes:||Originally published: One World Publications, 2008.