2 edition of Readings on race found in the catalog.
Readings on race
Stanley M. Garn
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This book is composed of four parts with a total of 17 chapters. Part 1 explains the concepts of race, racism, and identity.
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ISBN: Originally published in United Nations Work in Progr no. 2 .Join the Readings on Race Book Club to discuss issues surrounding the complex and challenging topic of race.
On the second Monday of each month, the group reads a new book and meets for an intelligent, engaging, and honest discussion.
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