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Black Man's Burden is a science fiction novel by American writer Mack Reynolds. Black Man's Burden and its sequels have been called a "notable exception" to the indirect treatment of racial issues in 1960s science fiction magazines.
WOLFERS, MichaelWOLFERS, Michael. Publications: The Black Man's Burden Revisited, 1974; Politics in the Organisation of African Unity, 1976; (ed. and trans. Genres: Race relations, Biography, International relations/Current affairs. Career: Times Newspapers Lt. Africa correspondent, 1965-72; free-lance writer, 1972-. University of Juba, visiting senior lecturer in African politics and government, 1979-82. Poems from Angola, 1979; (with J. Bergerol) Angola in the Front Line, 1983; Hamlet and Cybernetics, 1991.
Barkley is no "Stupid Black Man," as Elders has portrayed him to be. Rather incredibly, this book is the missing dialogue on race that America has never had, and may never have. And what these fourteen people (most of whom are black) have to say will not only surprise Cosby, Pousaint and Elders, but the rest of America as well.
No current Talk conversations about this book. Africa in the 1970s as viewed by a sympathetic European journalist.
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The ‘burden’ has at least two dimensions. One is that the dominant anti-trafficking and anti-slavery campaigns are primarily inspired by, located in, and directed from within racialised ‘developed’ centres of the world. Histories of earlier abolitionist movements as steeped in white guilt, fear of black violence, distrust of black men, paternalism, conservative Christian values, and an uncomfortable politic between whites and blacks over social equality, are not addressed. Instead the campaigns feature the daring white knight morally obligated to save the world-especially Asia and Africa-affirming white masculinity as powerful and heroic.
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