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Bulletproof Diva

Tales of Race, Sex and Hair
Lisa Jones(Autor*in)
Penguin Books Ltd (Verlag)
Erschienen am 25. Mai 1995
Buch
Softcover
320 Seiten
978-0-14-024346-8 (ISBN)
10,01 €inkl. 7% MwSt.
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From the trenches of America's cultural landscape resounds the battle cry of Lisa Jones. Part soldier and part satirist of the current wars on racism, sexism, and other insidious social conventions, she has tackled the politics of everything from hair products to Anita Hill in her award-winning "Skin Trade" column for "The Village Voice". Born on New York's Lower East Side to a black nationalist father and Jewish intellectual mother, Lisa was never one to accept the passive role of "tragic mulatto". Fierce, funny, and "multi-cuti" to the core, she has chosen instead to wear her mixed heritage with bold and unabashed flair. The opening essay of this book, for instance, is entitled "How I Invented Multiculturalism".
 
From the trenches of America's cultural landscape resounds the battle cry of Lisa Jones. Part soldier and part satirist of the current wars on racism, sexism, and other insidious social conventions, she has tackled the politics of everything from hair products to Anita Hill in her award-winning "Skin Trade" column for "The Village Voice". Born on New York's Lower East Side to a black nationalist father and Jewish intellectual mother, Lisa was never one to accept the passive role of "tragic mulatto". Fierce, funny, and "multi-cuti" to the core, she has chosen instead to wear her mixed heritage with bold and unabashed flair. The opening essay of this book, for instance, is entitled "How I Invented Multiculturalism".