“Whose skin is actually the color of skin? Did racism already exist in ancient times? Is there a world without racism? In this book, Susan Arndt offers insights into the history, present and future of racism, into the knowledge that supports it and that which questions it. There are few people who like to be called racists. But it is by no means limited to small right-wing extremist circles. Rather, it lurks even in seemingly innocuous terms in our everyday language. Asking yourself what you know – and don’t know – about racism and what it has to do with you is the best way to resist racism. 101 of the most important of those questions are answered in this book.” (from publisher’s description)
Susan Arndt 2015: Racism. The 101 most important questions. 2nd, rev. ed. Circulation. Munich: C.H. Beck
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