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AIRING DIRTY LAUNDRY

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Table of contents

  • Airing Dirty Laundry *
  • Contents ix
  • Preface to the Paperback Edition xi
  • Preface xvii
  • Part 1 - Airing Dirty Laundry *
  • Airing Dirty Laundry 3
  • Is There a Black-Jewish Feud? 33
  • Beyond Los Angeles 43
  • Clarence Thomas Lynched Again 53
  • Gays and Feminists Play with Racist Fire 59
  • Rodney King and I 65
  • Mike Tyson and the White Hope Cult 68
  • Drug "Experts" Don't Live with Gunfire 75
  • An Outsider in Koreatown 77
  • Part 2 - Profiles Reviews *
  • Elaine Brown Activist 87
  • Eldridge Cleaver Writer 95
  • Gwendolyn Brooks Poet 104
  • Paul Robeson Actor 107
  • Bill Gunn Director 112
  • Frederick Douglass Politician 120
  • Ambrose Bierce Writer 126
  • Reginald Lewis Businessman 133
  • Langston Hughes Writer 136
  • John Edgar Wideman Writer 140
  • Zora Neale Hurston Writer 146
  • Chester Himes Writer 152
  • Jess Mowry Writer 157
  • Reginald Martin, Toni Cade Bambara Writers 165
  • Miraculous Fiction Writers 172
  • The Fourth Ali Boxer 176
  • Part 3 - Odds & Ends *
  • Money Can't Buy You Love 209
  • Reading, Writing, and Racism 216
  • The Be-Bop Revival 220
  • Savages and Liberators 224
  • Silencing the Hordes 229
  • Ms. Gore's Crusade 232
  • To Be an American is to Be Fair 235
  • Black Irishman 238
  • American Poetry: is There a Center? 242
  • Distant Cousins 266
  • Index 275
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