Author Name    Adams, Nick


Binding   Paperback

Book Condition   Very Good

Publisher    Kensington 2006

ISBN Number    075821295X / 9780758212955

Seller ID   RWARE0000032988

A copy that has been read, but is in excellent condition. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting. The spine remains undamaged. White people of America, we know you've got it rough. Sure, black men and women have been through four hundred years of slavery, oppression, murder, and watching white college students try to dance. But n ow that it's hip to have black friends, white people aren't sure how to go about it. And that is a real American tragedy. Thank God Nick Adams is here to help you avoid potential racial pitfalls and successfully make the tran sition from white to "aiight." Now, you'll know not to start a conversation with, "So, that new Jay-Z album is pretty great, right?" Or tell a co-work er he looks just like (fill in blank with name of dark-skinned person who w orks in the other building.) You'll know that a lot of black people you mee t at parties or work functions don't care who played Thelma's husband on "G ood Times", don't want to discuss the Malcolm X biography you just read and definitely don't want to listen to country music. Ever. Yes, it's a good t hing Nick is here to explain. Because if we're going to live together in pe ace and harmony, you people are going to need help. Black People, Briefly Explained. A Q&A with Nick Adams Q: Nick, what is the correct term to use when addressing my new friends: Bl ack or African-American? A: Personally, I always liked Afro-American. I liked being named after a 19 70's hairdo. But then I wondered why we didn't become the Jheri-curled Amer icans or High Top Fade Americans. Q: Nick, if black people can use the "N" word as a term of endearment, can I,

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