By Sherle L. Boone
The writer argues that meanings attributed to the idea that of race are of paramount significance within the mental functioning of African american citizens. Novel situations surrounding the method of adapting to oppression in a racially stratified society pressured African americans to characteristic specific meanings to the concept that of race in ways in which mirrored the character in their adventure in the USA. This publication exhibits how African americans' conceptions of race could function in a fashion that distinguishes them from others of African descent.
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