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A snapshot of mid-90's American racial politics, Earl Ofari Hutchison's Beyond OJ: Race, Sex and Class Lessons for America documents the treatment of black men by the justice system, by government, by the mainstream media and by law enforcement agencies, and contrasts that treatment with the experiences of white men in comparable circumstances.
Earl Ofari Hutchison's writings have appeared in the Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Examiner, Ebony, Black World, Black Scholar, The Nation, and Harpers. His published works include: The Myth of Black Capitalism; The Mugging of Black America; Let Your Motto Be Resistance; Black Fatherhood: The Guide to Male Parenting; and The Assassination of the Black Male Image. During the Simpson trial he was news analyst for the CBS TV affiliate in Los Angeles.
|Author||HUTCHINSON, Earl Ofari|
|Date Published||27 Nov 1996|
|Publisher||Black Rose Books|