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We Speak for Ourselves is the discrimination, sociology and racism book which elaborates the problems of poor black families. D. Watkins is the author of this fantastic book. He is the bestselling author on the New York Times and he is also a professor in the university. This time, D. Watkins talk about racism and how poor black families are suffering in America. Racism has different kinds and it can happen anytime.
It contains hatred, discrimination, and prejudice to someone who is black, poor, national origin and ethnicity. Sometimes racism also includes harassment, abusing and other violating actions. You don’t need to smash others for being a racist or making fun of others, calling bad jokes and don’t help others is also a form of racism.
If a person is racist then he/she will show their darker side of personality with their attitude. D. Watkins shows in the book how the poor black communities are suffering in America and there is no one to help them. The elite class don’t think they are the people and give them below the belt salary and respect for their work. They have no public values and they have no role in the development of our life. This is an amazing book to read who wanted to bring a social change in society.
Details About We Speak for Ourselves by D. Watkins PDF
- Name: We Speak for Ourselves: A World from Forgotten Black America
- Authors: D. Watkins
- Publish Date: April 23, 2019
- Language: English
- Genre: Discrimination, Racist, Poverty
- Format: PDF/ePub
- Size: 2.2 MB
- Pages: 208
- Price: Free
- ISBN: 1501187821
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