Over the past two decades, Touré has become a force in journalism, TV, pop culture criticism, and the literary world. And now, he’s tackling his toughest subject yet. What does it mean to be Black – in 2011?
With a foreword by Michael Eric Dyson, “WHO’S AFRAID OF POST-BLACKNESS? What it Means to be Black Now” (Free Press) is a fascinating, entertaining, thought-provoking, sobering, angering, and at times laugh-out-loud examination of what it means to be Black in America today.
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