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978-0-395-82292-0 / 0395822920

Darwin's Athletes: How Sport Has Damaged Black America and Preserved the Myth of Race

by Hoberman, John

Publisher:Mariner Books

Edition:Softcover

Language:English

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DARWIN'S ATHLETES focuses on society's fixation with black athletic achievement. Hoberman argues that this obsession has come to play a troubling role in African American life and our country's race relations. Rich, flamboyant superstars lend credence to age-old prejudices, recycled "scientific" theories denigrating black intelligence, and stereotypes of black violence. This portrayal of black identity encourages a disdain for academic achievement already too widespread among black males. Darwin's Athletes is a powerful indictment of modern sport's racial spectacle.

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