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Patricia A. Banks examines how upper-middle class blacks forge black identities for themselves and their children through the consumption of black visual art. In doing so, Banks documents how the salience of race extends into the cultural life of even the most socioeconomically successful blacks.Me and Uncle Romie: A story inspired by the life and art of Romare Bearden. New York: Dial Books for Young Readers. Haynes, B. (2001). Red lines, black spaces: The politics of race and space in a black middle-class suburb. New Havenanbsp;...

Author: Patricia A. Banks
Publisher:Routledge - 2010-09-28

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