Race & Power (Volume 9, Issue 2: Summer 2002)

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Race & Power [25]
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This issue puts race in the larger context of democracy and discusses how power is held. A Harvard University Law professor defines political race and shares ways to reclaim race as an asset. A provocative article describes the subtle racism found in liberals, aversive racism. The Executive Director of the Institute on Race and Poverty argues that positive action is necessary to combat the inertia of past racism.

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