Black Like Me

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  • Author : John Howard Griffin
  • Publisher : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
  • Pages : 208 pages
  • ISBN : 978186723xxxx
  • Rating : /5 from reviews
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Black Like Me

Black Like Me
  • Author : John Howard Griffin
  • Publisher : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
  • Release : 30 September 1977
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This American classic has been corrected from the original manuscripts and indexed, featuring historic photographs and an extensive biographical afterword.

Black Like Me

Black Like Me
  • Author : John Howard Griffin,Studs Terkel,Don Rutledge
  • Publisher : Wings Press
  • Release : 30 September 2022
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Publisher's description: Studs Terkel tells us in his Foreword to the definitive Griffin Estate Edition of Black Like Me: "This is a contemporary book, you bet." Indeed, Black Like Me remains required reading in thousands of high schools and colleges forthis very reason. Regardless of how much progress has been made in eliminating outright racism from American life, Black Like Me endures as a great human--and humanitarian--document. In our era, when "international" terrorism is most often defined in terms of

Another Black Like Me

Another Black Like Me
  • Author : Nielson Rosa Bezerra,Elaine Pereira Rocha
  • Publisher : Cambridge Scholars Publishing
  • Release : 12 January 2015
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This book brings together authors from different institutions and perspectives and from researchers specialising in different aspects of the experiences of the African Diaspora from Latin America. It creates an overview of the complexities of the lives of Black people over various periods of history, as they struggled to build lives away from Africa in societies that, in general, denied them the basic right of fully belonging, such as the right of fully belonging in the countries where, by choice

Black Like Me

Black Like Me
  • Author : Total Class Notes
  • Publisher : Total Class Notes
  • Release : 01 February 2012
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Race in John Howard Griffin s Black Like Me

Race in John Howard Griffin s Black Like Me
  • Author : David Erik Nelson
  • Publisher : Greenhaven Publishing LLC
  • Release : 22 January 2013
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This comprehensive edition explores the life of John Howard Griffin as well as the issue of race as presented in his most famous work, Black Like Me, which details Griffin's experiment darkening his skin to pass as a black man during the Jim Crow era. This volume also presents modern perspectives on race in twenty-first-century America, with commentators asserting that while progress has been made, racism is still a significant issue.

Black Like Me

Black Like Me
  • Author : John Howard Griffin
  • Publisher : Wings Press
  • Release : 01 April 2006
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This American classic has been corrected from the original manuscripts and indexed, featuring historic photographs and an extensive biographical afterword.

Crossing the Line

Crossing the Line
  • Author : Gayle Wald
  • Publisher : Duke University Press
  • Release : 24 July 2000
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DIVExamines constructions of racial identity through the exploration of passing narratives including Black Like Me and forties jazz musician Mezz Mezzrow’s memoir Really the Blues./div

Race in John Howard Griffin s Black Like Me

Race in John Howard Griffin s Black Like Me
  • Author : David Erik Nelson
  • Publisher : Greenhaven Publishing LLC
  • Release : 22 January 2013
GET THIS BOOK Race in John Howard Griffin s Black Like Me

This comprehensive edition explores the life of John Howard Griffin as well as the issue of race as presented in his most famous work, Black Like Me, which details Griffin's experiment darkening his skin to pass as a black man during the Jim Crow era. This volume also presents modern perspectives on race in twenty-first-century America, with commentators asserting that while progress has been made, racism is still a significant issue.

Man in the Mirror

Man in the Mirror
  • Author : Robert Bonazzi
  • Publisher : Wings Press
  • Release : 01 October 2010
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First published by Orbis Books in 1997,Man in the Mirrortells the story behindBlack Like Me, a book that astonished America upon its publication in 1961, and remains an American classic 50 years later. In 1959 a white writer darkened his skin and passed for a time as a "Negro" in the Deep South. John Howard Griffin was that writer, and his bookBlack Like Meswiftly became a national sensation. Few readers know of the extraordinary journey that led to Griffin's risky "experiment"—the culmination

Words That Speaks to Me

Words That Speaks to Me
  • Author : Marian Singleton-McCullum
  • Publisher : Trafford Publishing
  • Release : 27 December 2013
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Words That Speaks To Me is a collection of poems that dealing with the Holy Spirit and the almight Creator. Some of the poems they are reflect life as it is now.

Passing and the Fictions of Identity

Passing and the Fictions of Identity
  • Author : Elaine K. Ginsberg,Donald E. Pease
  • Publisher : Duke University Press
  • Release : 29 April 1996
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Passing refers to the process whereby a person of one race, gender, nationality, or sexual orientation adopts the guise of another. Historically, this has often involved black slaves passing as white in order to gain their freedom. More generally, it has served as a way for women and people of color to access male or white privilege. In their examination of this practice of crossing boundaries, the contributors to this volume offer a unique perspective for studying the construction and

Morality s Muddy Waters

Morality s Muddy Waters
  • Author : George Cotkin
  • Publisher : University of Pennsylvania Press
  • Release : 06 June 2011
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In the face of an uncertain and dangerous world, Americans yearn for a firm moral compass, a clear set of ethical guidelines. But as history shows, by reducing complex situations to simple cases of right or wrong we often go astray. In Morality's Muddy Waters, historian George Cotkin offers a clarion call on behalf of moral complexity. Revisiting several defining moments in the twentieth century—the American bombing of civilians during World War II, the My Lai massacre, racism in

Class Unknown

Class Unknown
  • Author : Mark Pittenger
  • Publisher : NYU Press
  • Release : 13 August 2012
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Since the Gilded Age, social scientists, middle-class reformers, and writers have left the comforts of their offices to "pass" as steel workers, coal miners, assembly-line laborers, waitresses, hoboes, and other working and poor people in an attempt to gain a fuller and more authentic understanding of the lives of the working class and the poor. In this first, sweeping study of undercover investigations of work and poverty in America, award-winning historian Mark Pittenger examines how intellectuals were shaped by their