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killing rage: Ending Racism

This book is about bell hooks
In "killing rage: Ending Racism," bell hooks, a renowned social justice leader, passionately amplifies the female perspective in the ongoing dialogue about race and justice. Published on September 15, 1995, this compelling collection of twenty-three essays delves into the complexities of racism and boldly envisions a future devoid of this deep-seated prejudice. Each essay challenges readers to confront the pervasive nature of racism and to commit to the transformative process of creating a racially just society. Particularly suitable for high school students, hooks's work serves as an essential educational tool that encourages young adults to critically engage with and actively participate in the racial justice movement. The book not only educates but also inspires action, making it a vital read for those looking to understand and dismantle systemic racism.
Published by Henry Holt and Co. on September 15, 1995
288 pages
ISBN: 9780805037821
Best for readers in High School
This book provides valuable insights into Racial Justice , highlighting key issues and advancements within these areas

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