New Stuff Tuesday – May 12, 2015

Introduction to Intercollegiate Athletics

The New Black:
What Has Changed and What Has Not
Edited by Kenneth W. Mack & Guy-Uriel E. Charles
New Arrivals Island, 2nd floor

Mack and Charles book is a collection of essays on race in the twenty-first century compiled by various authors. Many of the issues discussed in this volume are centered around the shift in racial consciousness in the United States since Barack Obama was voted President of the United States. At the core of the book is a reflection on evolving civil rights issues in modern times covering topics like immigration, police violence, and the role of the Federal Government. This works prevents unique ideas that both critical and thought provoking. It is much recommended for anyone wanting to reflect on the current status of race in America.

About James Castrillo

Reference and Instruction Librarian at University of Wisconsin-Whitewater's Andersen Library. Liaison to History, Women's/Gender Studies, Sociology, Criminology, and Anthropology, Theatre and Dance, Philosophy and Religious Studies departments.
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