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category: Social Science
published: April 2005
ISBN:9781895837773
publisher: Insomniac Press

Being Black

by Althea Prince

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publisher: Insomniac Press
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Following in the highly personal tradition of essayists such as Dionne Brand and bell hooks, Althea Prince culls thirty years of lived experience into an important new collection, Being Black. A writer and sociologist, Prince tackles the complacency she sees in some manifestations of Black Canadian culture — such as Toronto's popular Caribana festival — as well as in white society's attitudes towards Black culture, as revealed by Prince's involvement with the notorious Writers' Union of Canada-sponsored Writing Thru Race conference.

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Althea Prince

Dr. Althea Prince has taught at York University and the University of Toronto. She is also a fiction writer and essayist.
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