And We are Not Saved: The Elusive Quest for Racial Justice
By: Derek Bell (author)Paperback
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A distinguished legal scholar and civil rights activist employs a series of dramatic fables and dialogues to probe the foundations of America's racial attitudes and raise disturbing questions about the nature of our society.
Derrick Bell is professor of law at the Harvard Law School.
* Introduction The Legal Hurdles To Racial Justice * Prologue to Part I * The Real Status of Blacks Today * The Benefits to Whites of Civil Rights Litigation * The Racial Limitation on Black Voting Power * Neither Separate Schools Nor Mixed Schools * The Racial Barrier to Reparations * The Unspoken Limit on Affirmative Action * The Declining Importance of the Equal-Protection Clause The Social Affliction Of Racism * Prologue to Part II * The Race-Charged Relationship of Black Men and Black Women * The Right to Decolonize Black Minds Divining A Nations Salvation * Prologue to Part III * Salvation for All: The Ultimate Civil Rights Strategy
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