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Race Man: Selected Works, 1960-2015

This book is about Julian Bond
"Race Man: Selected Works, 1960-2015" is a profound compendium of Julian Bond's most significant essays, speeches, and interviews, illustrating his monumental contribution to civil rights and social justice. Published on February 11, 2020, this collection showcases Bond's enduring dedication to the principles of justice and equality, echoing the ethos of Martin Luther King Jr. As a co-founder of the Southern Poverty Law Center and a long-time chair of the NAACP, Bond's leadership transcended racial barriers, advocating fervently for LGBTQ and women's rights. This book not only reflects on Bond’s historical impact but also serves as an essential resource for contemporary activists, especially suitable for college students studying racial justice and gender equality. Through its thoughtful curation of Bond's writings—many presented for the first time—this book invites readers to delve into the intellectual and activist journey of a true Race Man, whose legacy continues to inspire the fight for a just society.
Published by City Lights Publishers on February 11, 2020
304 pages
ISBN: 9780872867949
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